Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Felispray and my house of cats.

Well, it turns out the felispray gives me asthma. I cleaned pee off of the fridge, and near the garbage can and washed a pair of flipflops that had pee all over them. I cleaned up some other spots- last night, the orange couch again, for instance. It is just Jake at this point. I don't think it's any of the other cats. I am seriously contemplating putting him on prozac.

1 comment:

Mr Jixpoio said...

Hi

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Talk soon,

[Ana]