Thursday, December 18, 2008

A fragrant aroma!

Sorry, our Internet was down at home last night so no pictures and we had to post from work this morning.

However, an interesting thing happend between last night and now. Chase was starving- so Chase ate. Since he ate too quickly, Chase yakked. Meowmy was able to get him onto the kitchen floor (easier to clean up) and he did his business. She cleaned it up as per her usual course and then forgot about it.

A few minutes later she heard digging. She came out to find me covering the yak spot. Not an uncommon thing except what I did next had her befuddled.

I rolled around all in the bleach spot. It smelled sooooo good and clean! I dove head first rubbing my cheek right into the fabulous scent. I rolled around and repeated the lying down process many many times. I think she might have been laughing a lot but I'm not sure because that would have been rude and I don't think she's usually rude like that.

In case you're wondering, I am not spotted now. I do smell really really clean though!

~Latte

16 comments:

The Furry Kids said...

Good job covering the spot, Latte. I'm glad your furs aren't "bleach blonde" now. heh heh

EG

Teri said...

I'm not sure what receptors in a kitties brain get aroused by the smell of bleach, but I have heard it will bring a female cat in to heat. Haha, and it's cheaper than catnip.

Teri and all the cats at Furrydance

The Creek Cats said...

You are so helpful trying to cover the yak!! Our mom wonders why we like to yak on rugs. She only has three small rugs in the whole house and we will travel great distances just to yak on them.

Cheysuli and gemini said...

I have never smelled bleach. The Woman won't use it due to dioxins so we clean with other smelling products. I wonder if I should come out and smell like you?

Junior said...

Hmmmm....that is different. I don't think we have smelled bleach before....although Meowm says she does use it here and there.

I yakked this morning......

Orion

Sen, Tama and Tom said...

WE have also heard that bleach is not the thing t use if you want to keep your kitties away from a spot!!!

We miss the photos!

Your Pals,
Sen-Chan, Tom and Tama-Chan

Daisy said...

Latte, that's a little bit silly of you!

jenianddean said...

Well it is important to smell fresh as a mountain spring. (Or is that a detergent slogan?)
--Jasper

Gandalf and Grayson said...

We must be missing something wonderful, Latte! Mom does not use bleach at all because when she does everything smells and tastes of bleach to her.

Evie/VampyVictor said...

Hahhaha Momma moves Mushka to easier to clean spots too!
I just do not know what to say... rolling in in the bleach... this is not a stinky manly smell AT all! :)
hashha My Mo mam was laffing .. sorry for her rudeness :(

V-V

Sunny's Mommy said...

Does your Meowmy use the perfumed bleach? Cause regular bleach is PU to me.

Chase, good job on giving the Lady yak to clean up ;-)

meemsnyc said...

Hahahahha Latte, you must smell soooo clean!

Jake and Bathsheba said...

Bleach? Yuck!

Thank you for your well wishes for my pesky brother Jake. He is in the hospital overnight, but is feeling a little better.

~Bathsheba

Angus Mhor said...

You're so merfy, Kaze. I'm glad you're not spotted, tho'.

Everycat said...

When our Mum comes back from swimming we attack her wet towels because we love the smell of the chlorine in the pool.

Whicky

Eric and Flynn said...

Our mum used to work for a V E T a bazillion years ago, and she can remember him telling people that if a kitty had an accident or stranger mancats came around spraying, never to clean up with bleach cuz there is something in it that attracts kitties. If you put bleach where they have peed, then they will keep coming back there to pee. It probably attracts them to a yak spot to.