August 22, 2006

What I Learned This Morning

I learned that a neutered cat still has the ability to spray disgusting pheromone-laden yellow liquid out of its ass, and coat my shin in the vile-smelling brew, thus necessitating the most frantic showering in recent memory.

All of God's creatures are just plain gross.

Posted by Ryan at August 22, 2006 01:10 PM | TrackBack

That is the epitome of nasty.

Posted by: Johnny Huh? at August 22, 2006 09:00 PM

Dude, are you sure that wasn't just some aerosol diarrhea?

Posted by: Joshua at August 23, 2006 10:32 AM

I suppose that's possible, Josh. In fact, I hope that's the case, because that would mean there's some chance it was an isolated incident, and not a harbinger of things to come. Whatever it was, it was nose-assaultingly horrible.

Posted by: Ryan at August 23, 2006 10:36 AM

I adore cats, especially the males, but DUDE, PUT THAT SHIT TO SLEEP RIGHT NOW.

When I was a kid, my mother had this Siamese, perhaps she waited too long to neuter him, but he continued to "spray" his nasty-sticky fluid the rest of his life.

His seventeen-year life.

I can't count how many things of mine were ruined. Clothes, irreparable unless you catch them right away. Once that "nose-assaultingly horrible" stuff sets in fabirc, the smell will NEVER be truly gone. No. Matter. What. You do. I even tried eucalyptus oil to counteract the smell after laundering. Eucalyptus is strong stuff, but all it did was act as a "booster" to the nasty cat-cum smell.

And it's not just the smell; it's the stickiness. Anything hard the cat sprays on, you'll have to use bleach to remove the stickiness.

I now have an aged cat who shits on the floor. Nice, hard, non-sticky turds. I'd rather live with that forever than spend a week with a cat who sprays.

I'm sorry, but that's a worthless cat you got there. Bunk. No matter how adorable he is, put him down now. I'm not kidding.

Posted by: JD at September 6, 2006 06:02 PM
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