Photo taken: January 10, 2014
There’s an old lament you might have heard before that’s said in response to watching an animal (usually a dog) go to town “polishing the jewels.” “If I could do that, I’d never have to leave the house!” some old prevert would say. It’s an awkward and maybe even uncomfortable thought to behold… but if we humans were flexible enough to lick our private areas…. would we? There may be contortionists who can actually answer this question (hopefully not with a practical demonstration)… but for many of us, it remains purely a philosophical question. Regardless of whether most people would partake of this method of self pleasure or not, you can still enjoy my cat Biskit slurping whatever was left that the vet hadn’t previously whacked off. If nothing else, he’s flashing (no pun intended) some serious style in his pose…
Biskit it’s a good idea to keep all those special spots cleaned up and ready for viewing should the occasion arise. You obviously know that hence your attention to “detailing” !
Geez, is this the kind of detailing that’s up for inspection by the drill sergeant in boot camp? Drop and give me 20 for those dirty balls!
Sounds a lot like Sarge don’t you think??????
Go Biskit! Cats are such supple creatures.
I’m not sure he needs any encouragement. If you can, do…
You know, they don’t actually REMOVE it. More like having your tubes tied. They really don’t cut it off. They can still, if they want to, screw their asses off. And sometimes do.
I know there’s something still there…. maybe like empty shell casings or something. Whatever it is apparently needs a lot of attention…
The downside of a not having a thumb.
I’m not sure if Biskit would agree it’s a disadvantage…
That’s good he can still reach it! We had a cat years ago that got too fat to be able to keep himself tidied up. He tried so hard but everything always remained just out of reach. Poor old Smokey.
I’m surprised Ody hasn’t gotten to that point before… though he does sport dingleberries from time to time. Is it unreasonable to expect cats to wipe after using the litter box?