Thursday, 18 February 2016

Tactical Thursday

Since my visit to ystävämme eläinlääkäri no furballs have been produced, and I have a 'routine'. Each morning and evening I am fed special food and while I trough, I allow my fur to be combed - or even furminated: *shudder*.
The others are shut out and this special bonding with Äiti takes place in the bathroom. Occasionally a short fur will sneak out from the sauna and attempt to join in but Äiti removes them pretty fast. My food is an extra fatty kitten pouch with added dried food. Now we have had to negotiate about access to the curly bits on my tummy, but somehow Äiti is keeping these in good order too.  And I am much happier, except when a certain sneaky ninja girlcat attempts to tease me. You may think Mesi is Little Princess Butter-wouldn't -melt in-my-mouth, but she can chase me up a climbing pole like wildfire. Pöh.

6 comments:

Katnip Lounge said...

Ah, but least you feel well enough to abseil the post, PPP! At least you haven't gotten a DREADED BATH. Like *I* did.

xx Salem (a girlcat)

When the Cat is Away said...

This morning routine sounds like a good compromise. This kitty pouch sounds really good, but Mom says that we don't get any. Bah.

We just remembered that Äiti built a climbing wall with kitten food on a lonely top shelf for Jaava and Jura ... but that it didn't take long until you climbed there as well. Hehe.

Mom is feeling sorry for both of you. It was a nightmare when we lost so much fur because it was so hot in Germany last summer. We didn't want her to brush us, but she had to because the hair loss was just insane. Tessa got a nice winter fur now, and Mom is already trying to get her used to her summer treatment....

Angel Prancer Pie said...

Sounds like a treatment fit for a king. But of course you are one!

Summer said...

Sounds like a good routine for me! My human needs to do something about Boodie's fur - with all the weird weather we've been having, she could use some brush and FURminating attention.

Flynn said...

You have reached a good compromise, brushing for special food.

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Iza, and Marley) said...

We are sure glad we dont have fur problems. We hate brushies, but at least we dont need them...