Each and every day, I take a nice, long hit of Kitty Smell.
Now, Kitty Smell is NOT to be confused with Cat Smell.
Kitty Smell and Cat Smell are two completely different things.
If you walk into someone’s house and immediately smell “CAT,” that is not a good thing!
But if you pick up your big, healthy kitty boy, bury your nose behind his little kitty ear and take a deep breath in, like so:
…then you, my friend, will experience one of the sweetest smells on earth second to rain-kissed earth.
Those of you who own and adore your kitties know what I am talking about.
For the rest of you, Kitty Smell is a sweet, heady aroma with just a hint of wet-dirt-smell mixed in.
It is divine!
If you ever come to visit (and you don’t suffer from cat allergies), then I will make you smell Brody’s fur because his Kitty Smell is MUCH better than Baby Girl’s.
This is because Baby Girl rolls in any and every thing she can find.
Therefore, I have to rub a little water on her neck fur to get her to smell good.
However, this only makes Baby Girl’s fur smell more like wet chicken feathers than cat fur.
Which is why I occasionally like to squeal, “You’re my wet CHICKEN!!!” in her ear.
Does this make me weird or just a regular pet owner without children?
As you probably know, pet owners like to give their pets wee little pet-voices so that the make-believe conversations pet owners have with their pets can be more easily carried out.
Me: Oh, Brody, you are my sweet-smelling little buddy! How did you get to be so sweet-smelling?!
Brody: I stabz you in your sleep!
Before leaving Brody in our permanent care, his previous owners had him professionally groomed. And after his shower and blow dry, the groomers spritzed him with–get this–cat cologne!!
How adorable and over-the-top is that?
Nevertheless, I prefer my kitties to smell like an animal.
Not a prom date.