Um, your pube-eating cat might be in need of some talk-therapy. There may be some sexual frustration there. Also, non-human primates groom each other to show affection and strengthen relationships. So it would be appropriate for you to sit down next to your husband, search his hair for nits, and lovingly offer them to him to eat. Though I'm sure your husband doesn't have nits. In any case, grooming is also a fun way to annoy the crap out of someone.
I love how cats all have such unique characteristics that make them special....Atticus, for instance, wakes me up all night tapping my nose with his paw....well, when he's not busy stalking my housemate's 2 cats who are terrified of him!! Ooooo....I I love that red blanket or whatever it is, you're just sylin' there in your new house!Have a great Easter tomorrow, Heth
I love kitties. I am so lucky to have my kitty, Boots. :)Take care!love, kristin
I just cackled. Why must you say things like "My cat eats her pubes"? It makes me so uncomfortable.
Your cats make my day. Especially the position pubetastic was in for you to get that picture.
Animals usually have no shame. None.Love the comforter by the way!
You are so funny. But I disagree that that's the cat pube area. That's totally cat tummy and if it's bad to touch there, then I am a very bad person.
Haha, yeah, JB, I know it's not her pubic area. It *would* be, however; if she were a human, so it still makes me giggle when I see it. :)
ha ha ha ha!!!!
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