Teddy almost makes me keel over when he yawns stale duck food breath in my face every morning (I yawn right back into his whiskers).
February is National Pet Dental Health Month and while not every pet needs their teeth cleaned professionally my kit cat does. Ted is already high maintenance ($60 bags of allergy cat food) due to his neglect of his first hoarder owner (he was rescued in a one bedroom apartment with 30 cats). Because my little furball didn’t receive the appropriate shots before being rescued, he’s susceptible to EVERYTHING, which is why I have to get his chompers cleaned every other year.
But what if you’re pinching pennies (like yours truly) and want to skip the vet? Simply leave your toothbrush out and let curiosity get the best of your cat.
I came into the bathroom one morning, seeing my curious kitty eyeing my toothbrush…
One lick was all it took before TB decided to chomp down on the minty brush.
Once he started, he couldn’t stop (just like me with a bag of Lay’s potato chips).
Making sure I was watching him every. single. second.
He paid special attention to his front chompers, as they’re what appear first when yawning.
Concentration was required for the tongue brushing. Ted almost lost his balance and fell off the vanity (taking after his mother, he’s the clumsiest cat in all of Nashville).
Mr. Bear kept smacking his lips until I started laughing at him.
Then he promptly turned into a cat and acted like the whole incident never happened.
I, too, acted like the whole incident never happened because after my shower, I accidentally used the feline molested toothbrush.
Can you get cat scratch fever from swapping spit with your cat?
Say it ain’t so…