The musings of Spitty the Kitty
Yeah, the baths aren't my favorite part of being a public kitty. I don't freak out or flail around, but it's pretty clear I am not happy. At least not until I'm getting dried off and treats are offered.
A ridiculous - nay, preposterous - idea. To be dismissed out of hand, with perhaps a bitey thrown in to let her know that such suggestions are unwelcome.MeganSydney, Australia
Bathing is terrifying: it's like watching a horror movie here when the nekkids get dunked.
My mom has mentioned that baff word too! She said my skin is dry. I asked if half drowning me would really be the best thing for my dry skin!?
What.. what COULD that woman be thinking?
Water. On fur. *mind boggles* And that's considered a "bath????"
A real baff? Does your human realize she'd be a bloody mess of shredded arms if she tried that????Hugs, Teddy
Spitty, we had to bathe Angel and Chuck as kittens, because they were covered in fleas. Since then, no bathes needed, but a few butt wipes here and there. Patty O'Malley could do with a bath, since he loves to roll on the ground but I guess I'll give him a pass.
You do fine all by yourself, no water needed.
You do bath pretty good all on your own. Spitty.
Pfffft! Spitty you give yourself a real baff every day! Kitties don't need human baffs!
Tongue baffs err baths are always the best!Love Barb
We have nefer had one of those Human Showers or Baffs either. But legend says Skeeter got in some really sticky stuff outside once and hadda get it soaped off. We belief it, cuzTBT has an old old bottle of special "cat shampoo" on the cat supply shelf.
Leave me a meow or a hiss; I don't mind a hiss or two. . . or even a bitey.