Tabby Tuesday with Simon: Purrs for Me Please

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Howdy gang, I hope everyone is having a good Tuesday, it’s finally getting back to warm here in the South.  We’re all happy with the sunshine and our feral family is glad to have some warm.  It got down in the 30s here a couple of times overnight last week.  Brrrrrr!

Anyways, I really hate to ask, but if you have some spare purrs could you send them my way please?  I’d sure appreciate it.  I have sort of an unusual problem, I have ED, ErectTail Disfunction.  Seriously I do, I am unable to raise my tail to full heights.   Nope, I don’t know what happened.  I went to the Vet, against my wishes of course, and our Vet couldn’t find anything wrong with my tail.

Can you imagine a tail like mine and not being able to raise it up and fly it high?  Hopefully what ever is wrong will fix itself.  Dang, I hope it does.  Okay, that’s enough about by problem. Catch y’all soon!  

Have a wonderful Tabby Tuesday.  Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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56 thoughts on “Tabby Tuesday with Simon: Purrs for Me Please

  1. mommakatandherbearcat

    Awww. We hope you’re feeling better soon, Simon. In the meantime, we’ll send you some of Bear’s Tiagra (remember Tiagra?! – if not, search “Wear your tail loud and proud” on our blog …).

  2. Teddy

    Uhoh…..that’s a new one on me Simon but with that tail of yours it would be SAD if you can’t wave that flag all the way up!

    Hugs, Teddy

  3. Madison

    That sounds terrible. We know dogs get something called swimmers tail which is really painful and they can’t move their tails. Hopefully your tail will fix itself. We’ve never heard of cats having such a tail issue and you have such a wonderful tail.

  4. Xena and Lucy

    ErectTail Dysfunction? Seriously? Whoever gave that condition a name had a sense of humor. But there’s nothing funny about not being able to lift your tail high and proud. POTP and prayers coming your way for a flag at full mast soon. XOX Xena, Lucy, RIley and Chia

  5. MadSnapper

    Sweet Simon, this makes me sad and of course we will say prayers for you and that your tail will fix itself. I hope you are not in pain, and understand how important it is for you to wave that tail and use it for balance when leaping up and down.. hugs and pets coming your way…

  6. The Island Cats

    I’m sorry you’re having tail problems, Simon. This happened with one of the cats that came before me. Turned out he had a small abscess where the tail meets the butt probably caused by getting bit or nailed by the other cat. A round of antibiotics did the trick. I hope your tail is better soon. ~Ernie

  7. Diane

    Oh no that’s a new issue to us, hope it resumes its proud display soon. Our daughters cat has had a permanent droopy ear for a few years – strange things happen unfortunately.

  8. Millie & Walter

    We’re sorry to hear your tail isn’t waving as high as it should be, Simon. Something similar happened to Millie once but with some rest she got back to normal. We’ll keep our paws crossed that you will be waving your tail high soon.

  9. Granny Annie

    I am so sorry about your EtD. Maybe it will cheer you up to know my missing Luke Skywalker has returned. I have searched for him everywhere and his mother Olive did not know where he was either. Suddenly he has returned and is very hungry.

  10. Seville at NerissasLife

    I have extra purrs, my friend (I always keep some in reserve for purr-needin’ emergencies), and will send you a whole whack of ’em. Expect the purrs to start arrivin’ in three, two, one…

    PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS PURRS

  11. Sandee

    Prayers for you, Simon. You do have a most good looking tail.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday. Scritches all around and my best to your peeps. ♥

  12. Service Cats U.S.

    RaenaBelle: Hey Simon, I’s so sorry to hear about your lovely tail. I’s fur sure sending lots of purrs and purrayers fur ya’. You’ll be flying that tail in no time.

    Zebby: Dude!!! I’s sending ya’ purrs too. A guy’s tail is his glory and you goptta get that thing back up and flying high. We’re all sending hugs

    Luvs ya’

    RaenaBelle and Zebby

  13. Sue Brandes

    Have they checked for arthritis? My kitty Cashew couldn’t raise his tail. Had him Xrayed because of his walking troubles with the back legs and found out he has it in his lower back, start of tail, and both back legs pretty bad. He is able to raise it when you pet him now sometimes with being on pain meds. Sending hugs and prayers. We feel bad for you.

  14. Darla M Sands

    I sure hope the condition corrects itself and you’re in no pain. ~hugs~ Our temperatures got down in the upper twenties the other night. Brrr… Stay warm and safe.

  15. Cathy Keisha

    It could be your tail is too big and the muscles can’t handle it. You must start lifting weights with those muscles. I’m sending healing purrz to help you.

  16. Eastside Cats

    Well now, Simon…this is quite the fine kettle of fish!
    As long as you aren’t in pain, that’s impawtant.
    Hope the solution is just rest for your floofiness.

  17. Mary McNeil

    Gosh Simon – we send purrayers and POTP to you and your magnificent tail. Seems like Katie Isabella hurt her tail when she slipped off her cat tree – did you fall somehow ? We hope you get better soon.

  18. Indulgedfurries

    Oh Simon, we are sorry to hear you have a problem with your tail. Our neighbor cat Nemo had a similar problem but he had an obvious injury and what they called “tail pull” trauma that left him unable to move his tail for about a week. Hopefully you just have a little inflammation that is preventing you from fully displaying your glorious tail. We’ll send lots of purrs your way and hope that your tail heals quickly and you are able to fly your floofy plume high.

  19. Caren

    What in the world???? At first I thought you were kidding because we always joke about that tail! Maybe his body weight can’t handle his giant tail? I don’t mean that in a rude way 🙏🙏❤️❤️

  20. The Oceanside Animals

    Charlee: “Oh no! Simon!”
    Chaplin: “We are sending lots of purrs for your tail flag to fly high again soon!”
    Lulu: “And I send fluffy tail wags! Because when you have epic tails like we do, everyone should see it!”

  21. The OP Pack

    Oh dear, that is a problem we have not heard about before. You have such a glorious tail, Simon; we sure hope it is just a temporary thing and you will be flying it high again soon.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  22. Little Binky and Granny

    I wish I could help you, Simon, but we have never heard about this problem, only when you were injured. Are you sure you didn’t fell from something, or bumped in on something or someone. If so, let me know! For now Healing Pawkisses and purrayers to get that tail up again and let it shine✨🐾😽💞

  23. Marv and Mom

    Oh Simon! You DO have a glorious tail! We are sending you many purrayers! And Mom says you have a uniquely mischievious face. She says your probably get into things like I do.

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