[ding dong, ding dong]
Hello, sir and/or madam! Have you heard the good news?
The world’s tallest horse. Jake is an 11-year-old Belgian gelding and he weighs 2600 lbs. He stands 20 hands, 2.75 inches at the shoulder, or 6’10 3/4”.
THAT’S A BIG HORSE
HOW MANY TROJANS ARE HIDING IN THAT THING
The Greeks hid in the Trojan Horse….. to sneak into Troy and attack the Trojans.
How many greeks are in it then?
Just found this little girl in the incubator. Still has some yoke attached but it should be fine
Finally a sunscreen for me. A manly man. A real man’s man. Thank god a sunscreen I can finally use. I have been getting sunburnt my whole life waiting for this. Can’t use the other feminized sunscreens. Can’t risk losing my man card. Finally. Sunscreen in a black bottle. FOR MEN.
Her Lady Chubliness shed last night!
"Hi Lexie! I work in home care and one of my client's cats has a strange habit. After using his litter box, he'll flip over his water dish and then walk through the water. I've never heard of this before. (And I don't mean to brag but I've watched three seasons of My Cat From Hell on netflix so I'm PRETTY MUCH an expert :P) He is front declawed, would that have something to do with it?"
I can’t say, Anon! I’m not declawed, so I don’t know what it’s like! However, friend human says he’s heard of this behavior once before during his time as a vet tech, and a variation of it where the cat would dip its paws in the water several times, meow. In the latter instance, the cat was generally a little neurotic, but in the former, the cat was reported to be otherwise completely healthy and well-adjusted! Meow! Friend human never encountered the behavior himself, though!
All we can suggest is for your client to switch litters! The kitty could be trying to hide his scent, or he might not like the feel of the dust between his toes! It may take a couple brands, but hopefully that’ll solve it, meow; I can imagine it’s pretty annoying!
One of my cats loves interacting with water! She generally drinks by putting her paws in the bowl and lapping the water as it moves up her fur. Sometimes she would bat the bowl around until it tipped over. (I assume it was accidental, but who knows? Maybe she just liked the sound or maybe it was sheer spite)
Switching to a bowl with a much wider base helped. She doesn’t try to push her bowl around anymore.
(she is not declawed, btw.)