This is why this is the best forum on the net. Comedy, help and friendliness all in the same place.
My daughter has coated cat with Sudocrem - what to do?
I am a bit daft when it comes to cats.
this applies to all cat owners
Comedy, help and friendliness all in the same place.
Amen. Thanks all.
How is the cat this morning
Pinga is okay. Yesterday evening she was nowhere to be seen, this morning she was wary of all, late afternoon found her curled up in the very place she got creamed, eating treats from my daughters hand. Live and don't learn, that's the spirit.
Did you specially select the expensive merino top as the best garment to wear while trying to wash a cat?
Regrettably, I was wearing it a part of a plan by which I make my life less chaotic and more organised and together (more executive!), by the simple expedient of looking more organised and together. It's not thus far been a rousing success.
Just now had a chance to read the whole thread---really funny posts and suggestions--cat probably wouldn't be as amused as the STW crowd.
Definitely one of the best post in a while
Just re-read this thread can't stop giggling
Thanks OP and STWers
Oh god oh god.. I have laughed so much at this...
once had to wash a white long haired (as in persian style long) cat that had managed to dump 3/4 of the contents of a A series sump over himself. Don't ask ... basically servicing a 1275 Cooper S (yes had one once and pig sick I sold it....) unscrewed sump plug to point of removal, got distracted by mate coming into garage... cat/foreman supervising ops decided to arch ichy back on sump turns the sump plug the fatal 1/4 turn dumping the remainded over floor & cat
clean up involved me dressed in bike jacket (as in 1988 stylee big heavy motorbike leather)(for tis true I did doth have a Yamaha 350 YPVS ) fullface motorbike helmet (visor down) shemag wrapped round neck & tucked into bike jacket welding apron & welding gauntlets on (chrome leather)
chalky (for that twas his name) was actually not THAT bad but did have a "hidden tiger crouching dragon" moment and i did managed to launch him form the bathroom where I swear that he had those warp/hyperspace/d jump trails after him
FWIW this may all have been pointless, we were advised to use sudocrem on our cat by the vet once and from other reading online (not exactly reliable I know, but one does claim to be a sudocrem sales rep who might know more than most) it's not animal (or at least cat) toxic.
You could probably have put the cat outside and let it lick itself clean.
Thanks for the update Markie
Sudocream is an emulsion of oil and water so your cat will sh1t like a student after a heavy night on Theakston's Old Peculier.
Do NOT leave the cat indoors tonight, at least not without a dirtbox.
Cat Bathing n easy to follow stages:
There's a lady with a wet pussy in that photo up there. I'd watch it if was you, you'll get them all of a froth on here
Made yourself an appointment for a tetanus ? ....you know you'll need it ...
And if you believe those photos, I have a wonderful story of America sending people to the moon and back to tell you.
Still, I don't understand - a couple of million dollars worth of CGI cleverness and you could have made up any sort of nonsense - why did you fake something so obviously impossible ?
** no wet pussies were mentioned during the making of this forum post **
How very dare you! Those photos are totally real!
I just photoshopped out all the blood.....
For whatever reason, I hadn't bothered reading this thread until tonight. Quite possibly the best, and funniest threads ever on STW! I've had to stop twice to dry my eyes, and the small child wearing cycle helmet and carrying emergency flag pretty much tipped me over the edge.
I'm off to bed now, but I'll probably have trouble sleeping 'cos ill be giggling too much thinking about this. Thank you to all contributors, and especially the cat, and the perpetrator.
Can we have this thread as a permanent sticky, please?
Perhaps Markie, Miss Markie Jr and the cat should be nominated for some kind of award
omg, the tears are running down my cheeks.
Grrrreat stuff! Particularly liked the "instructions how to wash a cat", signed by the dog!
Reminded me of one of my favourite Gary Larson cartoons:
came here from another thread.....this made my day...brilliant stuffPosted 2 years ago #
Missed this first time round but have just read the whole thing in tears !!
Absolute classic STW threadPosted 2 years ago #
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