Friday, October 24, 2008
Momma noticed that my tummy furs are disappearing. I have a naked tummy now, like the furs have been worn off. It is stress from the Little Squirt. I need an anti-anxiety pill. No, better yet, I think I will try and open the door that goes to the out. Maybe she will leave.
Posted by One Of The Girls at 5:33 AM
Junior posted at 7:54 AM
Awwwwww......no furs on your undercarriage? You need a sweater for the Winter now!
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Daisy posted at 11:53 AM
One of our Cats-Who-Came-Before used to pull the furs out from his chest. He usually had little bald spots there, and tufts of fur could be found around the house!
Junior posted at 2:35 PM
I just read over on Maggie May's blog http://tootlebugmags.blogspot.com/
that one of their cats was losing hair, but they feed him Halo products and his hair has come back. Check it out, maybe this is what you need.
Derby posted at 6:38 PM
Too many belly rubs? When you said you were opening the door, I thought you were going out to stay with Mistrie.
Sophia posted at 10:11 PM
Oh no - I'm sorry little squirt does that to you.
Beethoven posted at 10:05 AM
Oh no! Actually....the Giant Kitty has a bald tummy too, and that was because he used to like to pull out his furs when he was bored. But mine Mummy says he's stopped that since I camed! So I think I is good for bald tummies! Shall I go over to help your tummy furs grow back?
Skeeter, LC, and Ayla posted at 4:10 PM
Oh, that's sad. I know about stress. I had some problems when Ayla first arrived, an now we got a strange stray kitty inna basement! My furs are gettin all loose!
The Meezers posted at 5:45 PM
oh noes. Maybe some feliway will help!!
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Karen Jo posted at 12:48 AM
I am so sorry that the Squirt has you so stressed that you have lost your tummy fur, Patches. You need that fur to keep you warm this winter. I hope you can feel less stressed and grow your fur back before it gets too cold. We've got some snow on our higher mountains, too.
Shaggy, Scooby and Scout posted at 1:04 PM
Oh sweetie, we had no idea that you were stressing so badly with her around. We know valium has helped several kitties with stress and the woofie next door uses it 'cause she freaks out hearing loud noises from outside, including thunder. Our momma is having great stress right now with our 2o0 yr old boy and his drug abuse. He is being kicked out of the house.
William posted at 7:33 PM
Patches, I'm so sorry to hear you're stressed. My old bro Eddie was stressed by me--if you can believe it!--so much so that he licked all the fur off his belly AND chewed off some fur on his arms so they looked like apple cores! I hope you can relax a little--you're the queen, after all!
Max posted at 8:41 PM
Hmmm....a naked tummy is going to make things kind of chilly since winter is coming. It might make your nipples invert! I think you should demand one of those nice electric throws for yourself, and a quiet room away from everyone so you can relax and curl up and have a Calgon moment without a bathtub being involved.
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