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Old Yesterday, 04:26 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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Nimbus did an astonishing thing this morning. Something that he has never done. I didn't even know that such a thing was within the realm of possibility.

He threw up on the kitchen floor. The linoleum. Like all of a foot and a half from the carpet.

Mind you Nimbus isn't a habitually pukey kitty, but with all that long fur, once in a while the timing on a hungry morning scarf and a hairball of happenstance will just sort of come together to make an unfortunate mess.

But never on an easy-to-clean floor, you guys!
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Old Yesterday, 05:12 PM
 
Location: southern kansas
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Nimbus did an astonishing thing this morning. Something that he has never done. I didn't even know that such a thing was within the realm of possibility.

He threw up on the kitchen floor. The linoleum. Like all of a foot and a half from the carpet.

Mind you Nimbus isn't a habitually pukey kitty, but with all that long fur, once in a while the timing on a hungry morning scarf and a hairball of happenstance will just sort of come together to make an unfortunate mess.

But never on an easy-to-clean floor, you guys!
He's lulling you into a false sense of security. Ignore this deviation from standard practice, and remain vigilant. Fortunately my girls Angel & Sheba (both longhaired) are fairly consistent in the easy to clean ratio, around 25% easy vs 75% not so much. So I know what to expect most of the time.
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Old Yesterday, 06:43 PM
 
Location: Kansas City, MISSOURI
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Nimbus did an astonishing thing this morning. Something that he has never done. I didn't even know that such a thing was within the realm of possibility.

He threw up on the kitchen floor. The linoleum. Like all of a foot and a half from the carpet.

Mind you Nimbus isn't a habitually pukey kitty, but with all that long fur, once in a while the timing on a hungry morning scarf and a hairball of happenstance will just sort of come together to make an unfortunate mess.

But never on an easy-to-clean floor, you guys!
Yup, that's what my cat does as well. Can't tell you how many times she's puked just a couple feet away from the kitchen floor, but on the carpet. I think only twice she's actually puked on a hard floor.
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