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Do Cats Pass Wind
15-09-2005, 09:42 PM
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Do Cats Pass Wind

We are looking after my son's dog for a week and he has passed some really evil ones and it got me to thinking do cats do it too.

I have never owned a cat or I might know the answer but some of my friends do and I can't say as I have ever noticed that sort of evil smell coming from them.
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15-09-2005, 09:45 PM
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YES they do Maz!

I'm glad you brought this subject up!

We have our new cat from the RSPCA, he is lovely and settling in really well, but every so often he has a very unsavoury aroma around him, I know he's farting even though he looks innocent.

I had a girl cat before, this one's a boy, maybe it's only boy cats that do it!

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15-09-2005, 09:49 PM
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Did your girl Cat not do it then?
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15-09-2005, 09:51 PM
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mazwad Wrote:Did your girl Cat not do it then?

perish the thought Maz! she was a ladyeeee!

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15-09-2005, 09:57 PM
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Maybe they have better digestive systems than dogs.

This caretaking business has left me realising that I wouldn't like to own a dog. I do like them and this one is a particularly nice one but getting up in all weathers to walk them and cleaning up all the dog hair doesn't really appeal to me.

She has such solefull eyes begging me to play ball all the time and its wet and dark out there.
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15-09-2005, 10:23 PM
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I remember once buying a packet of sweets beginning with p... ponticakes or something like that, liquorice based sweets. When I arrived home, the cat sat on my lap and fell into a sound sleep. Then, nature took its course......do cats pass wind, the jury is out, but they detect it, sniff it, are disgusted by it....my cat was most disturbed that his place of rest had been contaminated....so for sure humans pass wind and cats are natural detectors!

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16-09-2005, 06:58 AM
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Pontefract cakes if i am correct TONEE?

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My two male cats do on occasion pass wind.
I think it's more a case of size of animal versus amount eaten.
Though cats traditionally are very picky about what they eat.
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23-09-2005, 10:14 AM
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Boy and girl cats do fart!

As do rats as I have so recently discovered.....esspecially Milo! :pooh:

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23-09-2005, 10:17 AM
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Blimey, just read the title of this thread and was already to regale you with my Cat and wind experience and then I realised you were talking about real, proper furry type beings with four legs and a tail, not CAT CAT....

But she can pass wind ok :thumbsup:
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23-09-2005, 10:26 AM
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Yes they do, but not as a matter of course. Cats will usually only pass wind if they're having some kind of digestive problem; they have a very efficient digestive system, so if you do notice your cat farting, it's probably a good idea to watch their diet and check for signs of stomach upset.


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