You ever have those moments when you have what seems like a great idea and then reality just kind of rises up and smacks you in the face? Well, I had one of those moments recently. I was in the process of filming a segment for my “Pets Sex Ed. 101” classes, you know, the kinds of films you used to watch when you were school about safe sex and all that stuff? Mine are kind of like that, only for pets. I thought it would be a great idea to give a live demonstration to cats on how to use a condom, since cats seem to need it the most. The result of the demonstration was…well…see for yourself:
Again, it was a good idea, but in the end, “Fang” (also known as B.B., don’t ask, long story) just wasn’t ready to cooperate. Perhaps I should have tried the demonstration on a cat not named “Fang” but you know what they say about hindsight. Oh well, the live condom demonstration didn’t really work out, but that’s okay because the easiest and most convenient way to make sure your pets don’t complicate your lives with puppies or kittens is to have them spayed or neutered. Plus, it’s affordable, with many low-cost clinics specializing in spaying and neutering. There’s probably even one in your neighborhood. Just check out http://www.nursenancypresents.com to find the location of a low-cost spay and neuter clinic near you and sign up to have your pet fixed today!
Or, you could try showing your pets how to use a condom. Just make sure to have a bunch of band-aids standing by.