Between naps, food, trips to the bathroom, 24 hour need of petting, AND plotting to kill you, their day is endless.
I have two cats and my calico is a clean freak. She loves mopped floors, wiped down counters, and works tirelessly to clean her pristine-always-sparkling paws.
So when she disgustingly shared her cleaning addiction to me earlier this week (yes, hairball cleanup) I knew we needed a plan of action because hairball formula wasn’t cutting it.
So we stopped by the vet. I love my cats. They may be assholes but they’re my assholes.
Their advice – give her a laxative.
Lucky:it’s a treat she likes.
Unlucky: Cleaning cat litter will NOT be a treat.
If it doesn’t work she’ll need Prozac to calm down the cleaning.
My cat – too clean?! An obsessive compulsive disorder in a cat… Who knew anxiety for the lazy was at such a heightened state.
Lesson: Even cats struggle and they have it easy.