However, it's wasn't a gross people fart. It was a dainty, high pitched, long winded emission from my proud little cat, Bob. The first time he pretended it didn't happen. The second time he had that look that said "damn that felt good". Poor guy. He's always had a delicate system, but I still laughed my ass off and hugged him(not too hard).
"I'm too cute to do something like that!"
I guess I'm just surprised. In the three and a half years I've had Bob, I've never heard him pass gas. So I guess I just assumed that cats didn't do that. I know that doesn't make sense, because I've had dogs and I KNOW that they do. Growing up we had a big golden retriever named Windy(my parents had no idea how telling that name was. Our other retriever's name was Breezy...nice theme). Windy had gas problems. She'd take the paint off walls. However, this girl was smart, she knew how to blame. She'd be napping and let one loose. Then get up and give you the dirtiest look a dog could give, walk out of the room in disgust, leaving you to suffer alone. Nothing like being shut down by a dog.
Bob isn't even near that bad, but poor Bob, my gassy little guy. I'm always on the look out for a food that suites him. I finally found a natural food that doesn't make him throw up so much. Although it has occurred to me that his throwing up could be a ploy to get more moist food and get rid of that dry shit I keep putting out. I know this because, he lets me know that he thinks it's shit by trying to cover it up. Opinionated yes. We have to keep the dry food though, with the amount of food Dexter eats, we'd be out of a home. Anyone out there know a good natural food for a big eater and a sensitive stomach?