3.20.2007

Toesday


Do you think I need some moisturizer for my paw pads? Don't they look a little dry? Maybe its the dry air we've been having in this never ending Winter season. I've been telling the Lap Lady I need a real nice pawdicure but all she does is clip my claws. I try to keep up on them myself by gnawing on them. I think it keeps them looking nice but the LL says its not lady-like to chew on your nails, especially your toe-nails.

19 comments:

Dragonheart said...

Lovely toes Kaze! :) One of your claws look very long in that photo! Your paw pads do look a little dry, but my mom says it's probably the dry winter air. Mine were dry after the week we spent in Switzerland, but returned to normal after a week back home.

The Meezer Gang said...

yes, a little lotion may makes those toesies look all nice and refreshed! If you don't lick it all off. heehee

Daisy said...

Yep, they look a little dry. I think you need a spa day.

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

Maybe I can get the LL to rub my paws with fish oil!! I bet that would be divine!

Kaze

Gemini said...

Oh a spa day would be wonderful Maybe we should take Cheysuli out for a spa day before the wedding? Then you can get those toes taken care of and we can have a good time--just us girls. I think all the pink ladies should go!

The Cats Stephens said...

I think you should put your paws in a little olive oil and moisturize the natural way - also it tastes good!

-Emily

Forty Paws said...

Do you have a humidifier in your house? That might help with those dry toes. We notice that you seem to be needing a claw clip on that one as well. Looks like it's becoming dagger material!!!
But a spa day would definitely provide immediate relief and be so relaxing.

Re: your comment. Yes, it was horrible and that's why we no longer believe in letting cats go outside.

Luf, Us

The Meezers said...

your pads does look a little dry. some olive oil would be good.

Junior said...

I don't think you need any moisturizer...I bet they will be fine once summer hits!

Lovely toes by the way!

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Yoo shood come to our howse. Now dat mom is home we gets nice pawdicures AND massages. Mmm, very nice.

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

What a pretty paw! Did that one claw escape trimming? Grr has one that did. She was growling ferociously and managed to get away with one claw still long and sharp.

Kaze, Latte, or Chase said...

Yup, we do have a whole house humidifier. And I got a pawdicure about an hour after this picture. The Lap Lady figured out how to trick me into thinking I was just getting pet.

Kaze

Pearl C. Pritchard said...

Yes -- you need a little vitamin E or olive oil... or yes... fish oil as you suggested. I would say that you should have a foot massage but personally I would hate that so I won't encourage it now.

Artsy Catsy said...

Very elegant toes, Kaze. Fish oil is very good for you -- I get it in my food for earwax problems -- but, ugh, it would make you have stinky feet!!

Rocky

Jake and Bathsheba said...

Poor Kaze, you do need a pawdicure for your dry paw pads and your idea of fish oil sounds like just the ticket! We can't remember who your boyfriend cat is, but we're sure that he would enjoy licking it off for you.

~J&B

Lux said...

Owie - do they hurt, Kaze? Not being a lady cat, I'm not sure what would be good for that, but olive oil sounds like a good idea.

Cecilia & The 2Bs said...

We think those a very cute toesies.

Karen Jo said...

I think your paw pads do look a little dry. Olive oil would probably be good for them. Sorry you got the clippy treatment, but it keeps you out of trouble.

Morgen said...

Loverly toes!
yes, mine look like that too -- I keep swishing them in the water dish, but that doesn't seem to help!
I think all us Pink Ladies need a day at the Spa for Pawdicures!
Meow for now,
Daphne