Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Baby(killer) the Himalayan Hermaphrodite


This is our cat Babykiller. She's is a Himalayan & a hermaphrodite.

We found this out when we went to take her to get spayed & they found boy parts inside too. She wasn't the same after that. She doesn't groom herself well so we have to get her shaved now & then.

I felt bad about doing it in the winter so I bought her a little sweater.

I think she'd rather be bald than wear the sweater.

9 comments:

Audra said...

That must be the most random and hilarious thing I have ever heard!

Katie said...

I feel the same way as Audra. I can laugh because it is your cat, but I have secret fears of having a hermaphrodite child, so it sorta freaks me out too.

Cute sweater.

BTW, this totally ups your edgy/way hip factor.

Lindsay Jane said...

A) I love kitty. She is crazy and unstable but those things are endearing.

B) I still think you should consider Prozac or Xanax. Her problems will not be solved by a sweater.

C) The sweater is hysterical. I hope she wears it so that it's not a waste of money.

Susan said...

That is freaking hysterical. ha ha. Poor kitty.

M said...

She does look pretty embarrassed by that sweater.

Just SO said...

Wow. I'm thinking that cat knows where you sleep.

Cindy said...

Love it! That cat looks so sweet and cute in that sweater!

Esther Noelle said...

I love that Robby thought you guys had got a new kitty... I think she looks great shaved! :)

Tracey parr Nellis said...

Himalayans have flat noses, so think you got ripped off there, I also have a hermaphrodite Himmie, a lilac point, and external female organs internally male...no surgery was needed, as they dont go into heat, and dont spray as a male...so purrfect pet, and just love like any other family member...loved to be brushed, and no need to declaw(cruelest thing to ever do to a kitty)...she looks female cries male...so not sure why your Vet would do the surgery..unless it was just a money grab :) Yearly needles should all that necessary, unless you have other pets then a yearly de-worming in the spring. :)