First off, I want to congratulate my momma and little sister on starting their own business :D They have begun a fully insured and licensed cleaning service that will serve the central NJ area. Do me a favor: if you know anyone in or around Monmouth County who could do with some dusting, etc., please pass along this link. We would greatly appreciate it. Full website here!
Warning: What you are about to read/SEE is kind of gross.
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We adopted Moody and Margaery from Centre County PAWS in August 2014 because we are crazy and felt that the start of grad school wasn't a challenging enough time without learning how to care for two cats. We fell in love with these fuzz butts immediately, as you can see here.
Dan fell hard for Moo for a few reasons: 1) he was adorable with his bright green eye and silky grey fur, 2) he kept reaching through the bars of his cage to get Dan to keep playing with him, and 3) his big, beautiful, bushy tail. I mean look at it! It was so fluffy and huge on such a tiny Moo. We'll get back to this glorious tail later.
Moo was ~4 months old when we brought him home from the shelter, but his foster mom said that he was already pretty good at keeping himself clean. We transitioned the cats over to a Purina dry food, and they seemed happy and healthy for the first few weeks. Mid-September, we noticed that poor Moo was getting clumps of poop in his tail that were too stuck in for him to get out on his own. Our super supportive vet suggested we switch Moo to a Sensitive Smartblend Purina food that might be easier on his little kitten belly. This switch seemed to only make the poopy problem worse, and by mid-October we brought Moo into the vet for a hygiene shave to help us keep him (and our house) a bit cleaner.