Good grooming makes for good feng shui. Clean often, paying special attention to the delicate areas of the hindquarters.
This must be done in the northeast corner of the room in full view of everyone, especially guests.
When the wise cat is satisfied with the cleanliness of its hindquarters, it should present them for inspection.
Get as closed as possible to the selected guest, and then swing around so that he can admire your clean hind parts.
From Fang Shui by Catfucious, Peter Pauper Press, 2002.
I can do that! Me showing off how well I can reach around to keep myself nice and clean. Plus it is soooo much fun to do this in front of people who don't have kitties.
Plus mum was especially please with my digestive output the past two days. She says things are getting back to normal. That pleases her very much. Me too, that means I won't get taken back to the vet.
Your demonstration pictures are purrrfect! I'm also glad that your tum tum is feeling better, Derbs.ReplyDelete
I think it's a fine thing to remember--to be sure that guests have a good view. So often we forget how interested humans can be in the minutiate of what we do.ReplyDelete
what a great lesson, I need to remember those tips!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you are feeling better!
Your demonstration photos are just perfect. This is a great fang shui tip. My brother's cat, Dodger, likes to present me with his hindquarters, so I will scritch the base of his tail. I am glad that your digestive output is nearly back to normal.ReplyDelete
Oh we are glad to know you are feeling better too.ReplyDelete
We will try your tips later today. Purrs
So happy you are doing better digestive-wise! We enjoy showing off our grooming skills to guests as well. It makes Mommy so proud! :)ReplyDelete
great advice! you is furry flexible. We is glad that you is feeling betterReplyDelete
Glad you are feeling better. We liked your suggestions. We will have to try that out next time we have visitors. We loved the picture of you from yesterday.
Yes, we concur, that after the last TT, we needed this lesson. We will try to have cleaner hindbutts in the future! Hee Hee!ReplyDelete
Glad to hear you're feeling better, Derby. No cat wants to make any more visits to the V.E.T. than we have to!ReplyDelete
We are so happy you are improving and that mommie is pleased with your "output"ReplyDelete
WE really like these pictures of you taking such good care of your self!
I am glad your innards are working better! And thanks for the good grooming tips.ReplyDelete
Hi Derby, I survived!ReplyDelete
And I am glad to hear that you are getting better. I think you are a little bendier than me, I can't twist round that far because of my floofy stomach...
Excellent demo Derby!ReplyDelete
First, I'm very glad you're feeling better and things are "moving along" as they should.ReplyDelete
Second, that is a great feng shui tip. Guests get such joy from watching me groom my hindquarters...luckily mommy and daddy don't try to interupt...
Furry good tips Derby. I am furry good at cleaning my hindquaeters, but unforchinittly Eric isn't as flexybull as me, and me and mum call him "Bogey Butt"ReplyDelete
Excellent that you're feeling better! Thanks for the wise tips about the hindquarters!ReplyDelete
See heroic cats in action at http://packofthree.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
The P3! Success in the face of danger is all the thanks they need!
I'm so happy that you're feeling better!ReplyDelete
You should write for a magazine because you were very thorough in your explanation and visual tutorial that any cat could follow your instructions!