This Here…

This here…

It fixes the itches….

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Laughing makes life sweeter....especially the stinky hard parts.
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21 Responses to This Here…

  1. jaypo says:

    Are you an itchy piggy??! I'll skritch you wherever you want.

  2. LBeeeze says:

    LOL…Well aren't you the sweetest !!!

  3. Lauri says:

    Nom nom nom. It's good for chapped pig leeps, too!

  4. LBeeeze says:

    Most def….makes those chapped pig leeps go away STAT !!!

  5. I'll scratch your back 😀

  6. Waterbaby says:

    eeeesh! too rodenty for me! go away go away from me! take the vaseline if you must, just go!

  7. Tammie says:

    Yup, it will work good on those little chapped lips- you cutie pie, my nephew has one like you, we could fix you two up- heehee!!!

  8. Emmi says:

    My mom used to give Vaseline to my childhood cat for his hairballs. We knew less back then LOL

  9. LBeeeze says:

    You would ??!!! Awesome !!!

  10. LBeeeze says:

    *Piggers hangs head and shuffles away*

  11. LBeeeze says:

    Perfect for guinea pigger chapped lips !!!

  12. LBeeeze says:

    It probably worked well for the hairballs, but the petroleum base probably wasn't so good everything else. Did the cat hate it ??

  13. Emmi says:

    😉 Mom used to put it on his nose so he had no choice but to lick it off. Poor thing. Yeah nothing like some organic petroleum to clean out those organs! LOL

  14. LBeeeze says:

    Olive probably would have worked just as well and maybe even tasted good, but your mom meant well. : )

  15. Emmi says:

    Yes my mom definetly just did the best she could as a single mom raising two daughters (well I had a stepdad but not until age 12) anyway our poor pets did not get what we'd consider modern care LOL! At least we all know better now.
    Olive?? I've never heard of that! How cool. Is it mostly a hairball remedy?

  16. Waterbaby says:

    yeesh! thanks! {flees your house}

  17. LBeeeze says:

    I don't know for sure, but I think lubrication in general helps cats to get rid of hairballs, and I'm just taking a guess that olive oil might work, but I get the oil that comes from canned tuna would be a TOTAL treat for most cats. Not that I can eat the tuna that comes in oil, but the fishy smell would probably be really attractive to kitties.

  18. LBeeeze says:

    LOL….don't worry, she's out of the bathroom now !!

  19. Waterbaby says:

    lol. maybe. i ain't coming back to find out.

  20. Tammie says:

    You're welcome 🙂

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