Monday, September 10, 2007

Question



Why is it that cat spit is so much drier than dawg spit? If Titus licks his foot, his furs get wet. If me or EG licks our feets, our furs stay dry. Maybe we have special spits like Daisy (because she has curly spit).

This is a very perplexing question. I'll think about it during my nap.

13 comments:

  1. Hmm...but Chase's spit is very wet. If he licks me I get WET but my spit and Kaze's spit seems to be more dry. Maybe Chase is really a woofie?? (Don't tell him I said that.....)

    Latte

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  2. Hmm it is stranje. The uvver day, I got reely dirty and mum gave me a baff. When I kept licking and licking myself it made me dry.

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  3. That is a very good question! Dogs are icky.

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  4. whoa, you totally blew my mind. even bendrix needs a nap contemplating that one. zzzzzzzzzz

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  5. I think cat spit is special spit. My spit smells sweet, and kind of soap-y. My Mommie likes to smell my spit after I have groomed my furs. This is very weird.

    I wonder if I groomed you, if my spit would make your furs curly?

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  6. I think... well, that our spit can be wettish, but it is those little combs on our tongues that make us dry quicklyyyy... uh, because we slurp up the wetness.
    that is my guess

    <3

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  7. btw... you are very very cute in this picture!!!!

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  8. That's a really good kweschun, but my Momma's noticed the same thing about us Ballicai when we've groomed ourselfs -- we smell really really good! So cat spit must be like magical spit or somethin'!

    Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

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  9. Hi there Miz Allie never gets wet either, but ole Foxy she is always wet and her feet stink too!!! Meowwww...now that Titus he looks like our old Princess we used to have, but hse is up in dog heaven now...she was a good old girl, but way too big for me.....Meowwww

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  10. That's a VERY good question. Let me ponder this....

    ~Donny

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  11. That is very good question, I have to think, too.

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  12. That is a very good question, Tazo. Maybe it's because cat's tongues have all those little barbs on them?

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  13. Tazo, clearly the answer to your perplexing question is "because cats are superior in every way to dogs" Just thinking about dog slobber makes me shudder. Ewwwww!

    George

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