October 28, 2014

Tuxie Toosdee

Google must had a barrage of spam to deal with because comment moderation has been enabled for ME and I didn't set that to happen.  How about you kitties and woofies?  Did you get it too?  It's an easy one though...just a few numbers.

Kitties, I had a mother of all hairballs again.  That thing was, so mom said, a good 5 inches long, and as big around as the middle finger on a human paw!  It did come with some kibble but to get that hairball out is the optimal thing.

I am getting very wary of her anointing my paw with that stuff.  She puts it in the fridge so it won't run off her finger, and seizes an opportunity when I am not looking.  But the last two times, I struggled and it got on my arm and once on my bib!

Mom is encouraged  She shudders at what much have been in my stomach with the little hair I occasionally used to throw up or excrete.  Now, vast quantities are expelled. Mom didn't do it yesterday, so today she will.

Kitties, is one of you reading this from Trenton New Jersey?  If you are, please pee mail me. I think my addy is in my bio.  If not, comment and say "yes, it's me".  I would love to meow at you.  I saw there were visits from Trenton and mom lived a few miles from three for awhile.

Eat your wet fuds...they're good for you.  xxooxx

Queen Katie Isabella--of Tennessee and Neighboring Lands


38 comments:

  1. Well of course you are getting smart about the laxatone, Katie. These humans think they can fool us forever, but definitely not.

    I am sure you and Mom are super busy with your nursing duties these days.

    Very good about getting up those hairballs.

    What flavors and brand of food are you eating these days? I don't really eat kibble any more and have gotten more picky with my wet food.

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  2. We don't often get furballs but if we do we get about an inch of Katalax on a paw which we have to lick off - it works!
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  3. If you don't like your current hairball remedy, there are lots on the market. Maybe you would like a different flavor better? There are also hairball treats and wet foods out there, too. But please eat whatever hairball remedy your mommy gives you. Hairballs are no fun, and we want your tummy to be a happy one! <3

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  4. Well, Katie, maybe your mom could have you shaved, you know, a lion cut. Then you wouldn't have hairballs for a while. Hahaha.

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  5. P.S. Yes, we have to do the spam thingie on at least the first blog when we first log in each day.

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  6. My hairball yakking is minimal as I am a shorty! But you Queen Katie are a sovereign who needs some kitty to take on the yakking for you, therefore I am willing to volunteer as your surrogate official hairball horker! My fees are reasonable ;)

    PeeEss I wondered why some blogs suddenly have spam filters!! I must check mine. ...... . ...... xoxoxox

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  7. Better to have that big hairball out of you than in you!

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  8. Would you believe I've never, ever yakked up a hairball! I haven't! My sisfur Angel does though. She likes to do it in the middle of the night in the bedroom so Mommy can hear it happening but then not know where all she did it. Hee hee!

    Purrs,
    Isabella

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  9. Yes pretty Katie, get those furballs up so you don't end up like Zoe!

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  10. Good job on getting rid of those hairballs Katie. I rarely get them, but if I do they are only tiny. Eric used to get monsters and got Katalax on his paw regularly.

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  11. Echoing the other wise kitties: regardless of where it exits, fur balls are better outside than inside!

    I've gotten smart about Laxatone, too. Rocky? He's still happily licks it from M's paw.

    XOXO

    Nik

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  12. I have that comment thing in my blog and some other blogs, too. But not always...just sometimes and I don't see it here today.
    It's great, Katie san, that you are getting rid of hairballs :-)

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  13. So far no hairballs for me! And I haven't had the hairball gunk either. Binga and Boodie get it sometimes. Sparkle used to hate it. My human hasn't offered me any yet, so I don't know how I'll feel about it.

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  14. Katie, that is great that you are tossing up those hairballs. Missy does that all the time. Missy doesn't allow that stuff either. It just gets everywhere but in the mouth. We are now giving pills to Missy.
    I don't think we are having any trouble with spam.

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  15. With all her floof Annabelle is not one who yaks hairballs. Amazing to me. The others are a different story especially Ping. Orange fur is easy to spot. We are glad it is better for you Miss Katie but we understand why you do not like that laxatone, Abby didn't either. That is why Mom restored to organic slippery elm, pumpkin and organic finely ground flax. It made everything flow nicely for Miss Abby in her last 18 months.

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  16. Me just did too ! Double Puke :)
    But I'm fine !
    I hope you feel better
    Purrs for you sweet Kaitie
    xox

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  17. katie...nothin better N gettin rid oh a hair balls then a perch dinner with friez...hope brother iz doin aye oh kay !! ♥♥

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  18. Hello Katie! Try not to stress too much about that stuff Mom puts on your paw. I know it doesn't seem like it, but it's good for you. Hugs to you Katie, and your Mom and human brother!

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  19. Hello Miss Katie! I know that Greenies makes hairball treats and I like them :) have your Momma google the options for hairball and there are lots of treats and foods out there so you should find one you like.
    Marty

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  20. We hope your hairballs are gone soon so you feel all better, Katie. Hairballs are no fun.

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  21. We agree that it is better to hork those hairballs than to have them inside bothering you ;)
    Watch your Mom. Moms are sneaky!
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  22. I'm the hairball horker here, Katie. The mom says it's because I love to lick my furs and I seem to shed a lot. And I don't like the hairball stuff at all. ~Wally

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  23. The stuff on the paw might not be fun, but it is obviously working Katie...and that's a good thing!

    Some of us gets hairballs but since there are three of us, Mom bean isn't ever sure who has done it last.

    So far we is okay with the moderation.

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  24. Hi darling, I lubs my wet fudz. Lately I have been eating almost two cans a day. More of me to love. XOXOXOXO COnga-rats on throwing up that cigar!

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  25. Has your Mom tried different brands of the hairball stuff? We find that there ares some we really like and some we don't at all.

    We have been getting no spam at all lately, so maybe Google is indeed on the warpath.

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  26. Poor Katie, furballs are the price you pay for being such a gorgeous fluffy girl. Make sure you keep taking your meds. 15nandmeowing

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  27. I'll second the recommendation for Katalax, it tastes ok for a medicine. You are a very tolerant girl to put up with that stuff on your paws. It's hard work keep paws purrfect.

    Still sending love and purrs for Erich, read the update on the last surgery, that is such good news. Long may the good news stay and grow every day.

    Luff
    Mungo
    & Jane xx

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  28. Hi Katie-- You look good. Sorry about your hairball problem. I hope you find a solution.

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  29. We're very glad you got that monster hairball out, Miss Katie! Sorry you're not too keen about the stuff on your paw, but please try, okay?

    Hugs!

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  30. Sweet Katie that is such good news that you are still passing those fur balls. Keep up the good work. I eat my wet foods every day and a bit of kibble too. We haven't noticed the spam thingy on my blog. Hugs and nose kisses Pooh

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  31. Yep Katie fur days we wuz havin' to purrove weez not wobots, till last night and suddenly no mowe. Eevew google smartened up or all da blogs saw it and changed it themselves. Fur which we awe gwateful as mommy has twubble seein' da small letters or nummers. Weez do like da laxatone cuz it be malty flavowed and dat be ow favowit flavor. But there awe lots of 'em out there and lots of flavors. You might like a diffewent one. This isn't sumfin' yous hav to hav a scwip fur or get fwum da VET. Mommy just puts it on hers finger and we lick it off gweedily. Good Luck and weez purrayin'.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  32. Hair balls sound gnarly. Well done getting them out of your tummy.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  33. I can imagine how annoying and yuck hairballs would be

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  34. We dint have spam problems. Mebbe cuz we are on Mac.

    Getting a hairball like that is both impressive and surely making you feel better.

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  35. Oh Miss Katie, We is so eggs-cited over here we can hardly STAAAAAAND it!!! We know you mighta been rootin' for KC back there (and who could blame you?) This was the most evenly matched, exciting series of the Human's lifetime (well, that she paid attention too, anyway!) and she thinks if the SF fielders had booted that ball one more time that KC guy woulda tied it in the 9th and then who knows WHAT mighta happened??? But we are really happies right now! XOXOXOXO

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  37. Katie, you might as well get used to the hairball goop cuz you will probably always be stuck with it. That's what happened to me. Now I just let M smear it on my paw and don't show any emotion at all. Then I lick it off - it really doesn't taste that bad and it sure beats going to the vet with a big wad of hair stuck in your tummy.

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  38. My Josie and Renn were both throwing up clear liquid, which I was told was a symptom of hairballs that wouldn't come out. I gave them emergency doses of hairball remedy (goop) and, after that seemed to work, continue to give them about five millilitres of goop each once a week. I put it in a syringe and shoot it into their mouths. They hate that, but they have gotten used to it. It may the thing you'll need to get used to, Katie Isabella.

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