Saturday, August 02, 2008

I'm done

I hate this F&*&*ing cat. I mean it. He peed all over the ottoman and blanket this morning which is now NEVER going to end. Tom and I are fighting, I'm throwing things and Tom is ready to take Chumley to the Humane Society. I can't blame him. I'm soooooo f*&*king pissed off right now that I grabbed Chumley and THREW him outside. I said I didn't care what the hell happens to him. This is just the icing on the cake with everything else we are in the midst of and I've hit my breaking point.

Here are the products we've used and have been using for close to 14 years for this f*&Cking RAT BASTARD PIECE OF SHIT CAT. I think it's time to make some serious decisions.

8 comments:

Wishful Thinking said...

I'm new to your blog so I don't know if this is something new or if he's always done this, but have you taken him to a vet? I mean maybe there is a reason he's peeing all over the place other than the stress of moving and what not. Maybe he has an infection or something.

denise said...

I am so sorry you are upset with the kitty. I know how much you adore him. My friends had a similar problem with their dog. Their marriage was seriously stressed over it. In the end their marriage won as hard as it was. They know they did the right thing. You will do the right thing.

ChiTown Girl said...

You know where my vote goes, Girlfriend!! Satan would have been gone YEARS ago if it were up to me. But, at the same time, I know how very much you love him (I didn't say I understood it!) and this must seriously be killing you. I'm sure you and Tom will make the right decision.

Anonymous said...

I think its time for Chumley to take a cat nap. I cant even imagine what it would be like when you actually move to Seattle. How will you get him in his cat carrier for the trip? How will he react to new surroundings. Best to remember the good of the 14 years and move on. I know its hard but you cant live like this.

My dog was peeing up a storm and they finally diagnosed her with a rare form of diabetes called diabetes incipidus. Treatable with medication given as an eye drop. Shes doing great on it and no more accidents. However i cant imagine you giving your cat eye drops given how he acts from reading the blog.

Hang in there.

Smileygirl said...

His pee issues have always been behavioral. I hate to say I wish he was seriously sick and that is what causes him to piss everywhere because at least we could treat the issue with medicine and make it stop. We've tried behavior altering drugs (not just for the pee issues but for his aggression and anxiety) and it's almost impossible to give this cat a pill twice a day. I would actually prefer the eye drops even though I know I'd probably lose my eye but at least it's not dealing with his chomping mouth and EXTREMELY sharp needle teeth.

I know the last resort is what we've been avoiding for YEARS and I have actually thought about that again today. But I know I wouldn't probably be able to physically bring myself to the vet and walk in with him knowing...well, you know. I just can't do that. At least not yet. But I am soooo dreading this trip to Seattle with him. That's another thing that Tom and I are debating over. Do I fly up with him alone? Do we rent a van with all the animals and drive up together? Just don't know. This is the LAST thing we should really be worried about but it's taking up sooo much time and energy and it makes me so mad at this cat. Sorry to vent so much. Just not sure what's going to happen.

karengberger said...

You don't have to apologize; it's your blog! You can vent all you like; it's healthy to do it here, and it's your space. And Chumley can't pee on this! HA!
I am so sorry for all of the stress on you and Tom, with the projects, the clean-up, showing the house, etc. I hope that, one breath at a time, it will be workable for you. Sending loving thoughts and prayers for all of you...

karengberger said...

PS - You are so good at creative insults. I love the "rat bastard, etc."

Anonymous said...

No need to apologize. As pet owners we all go through this. And by people reading the blog, someone out there might have a similar experience and outcome they can share. It will all work out.