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When I pee, my furs get wet.

Toni VToni V Member Posts: 177
edited 6 May, 2009 in Grooming
After I go pee, the furs on my behind are wet. My mommy thinks it's because my fur is longer around there, so she follows me around with tissues so that I don't sit my wet behind down on anything. Should she get me, um, trimmed down there? Do they do brazilian waxes for cats (lol). I am neutered but I still have remnants of being a boy, so I don't know if that's why. Any thoughts?:r

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  • Lisa DausmanLisa Dausman Member Posts: 5,216
    edited 22 March, 2009
    Usually, after they go pee, they usually lick their bee-hind, kinda like us ladies have to wipe ourselves, and it would be wet there, if we didn't. :D Does he not lick his bee-hind after he goes pee? :D If your concerned about him sitting on something, when he is wet, you can use unscented baby wipes, just make sure there is no alcohol in them. :D He is SH, so not really as much of an issue, if he were LH. I definately would not get him trimmed back there, mol. Not sure what you mean about him being neutered, but still remenents of him being a boy. He is still going to have balls, they just suck the sack out, so now the balls are smaller, but they are still there. :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D
  • Toni VToni V Member Posts: 177
    edited 26 March, 2009
    My other cat (now deceased) didn't have balls. Maybe he was neutered before they decended? Anyway I thought that could be part of the problem. Milo does wash up, but he's blue russian and has a double coat, and he has a layer of longer fur as well as short fur. Sometimes, his bum is wet. I have to watch to see if he washes up immediately. I just never had this problem with my other boy.
  • Roxann RobbinsRoxann Robbins Member Posts: 3,268
    edited 26 March, 2009
    I had fluffy pants and a groomer showed mom something she called a "sanitary cut". Basically a trim in the behind area. Worked for me ;) I was unneuterd for 10 years and neutered for almost another 14 and it didn't make much of a difference in wet furs either way. Purrrrs, Biscuit
  • Melinda BMelinda B Member Posts: 1,628
    edited 6 May, 2009
    I have gotten the sanitary trim a couple of times and it was good. Not only did it help with the pee pee, but I no longer got...um....clinger-oners after pooping MOL.
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