With great heaving comes great responsibility. Aim for something cheap!
Yak? I don’t think I’ve heard that one before. Barf, hurl, chuck, heave, woof, spew…but not yak.
4 cats here, we know a thing or 2 about clean up
I am pretty sure that is the reason that she is eating the grass. I know that my late loving wife and I had many dogs and they all ate grass when they weren’t feeling quite right. Unfortunately we didn’t always know it and there was a mess to clean up.
That’s the idea, to cleanse the palate.
My late Mjn Pin, Jack, would throw up shortly after eating the grass while we were taking our walk at the park. Never had to worry about him throwing up in the vehicle or at home.
I thought she was going to misunderstand that it would turn her into a yak.
How does grass make her more voluble? And furthermore, while we’re on that topic, let’s say that …