I’m keeping a low profile


I’m lying low, trying not to be seen. Why? I saw the green can,.


That can is meant for me. I’ve been licking my foot. When They see that, the green can appears. It’s made for cow udders but They put it on my paw pad before They put the bootie on. I’m hoping that They’re just trying to scare me with the green can as a threat. Nevertheless, I’m making myself scarce. I don’t want that stuff-it was made in the nineteenth century and I’m a twenty-first century girl who hates booties.

About Kismet

I'm a 16 year old Indian Ringneck parrot curmudgeon in New River, Arizona in the wild west country. If you're a sunflower seed, you're dinner.

52 comments on “I’m keeping a low profile

  1. We have never seen this stuff. Hope it helps what ever is ailing you.

  2. I’ve never seen this stuff too… but it sounds like you hate booties more than that XD… maybe it works… it’s older than the human… long life!

  3. Yikes !!!! Oh da horror. Dat can would sure scare me.
    Smart move to lay low… real low.

  4. OUR mom is ALWAYS Glopping that Bag Balm stuff on thingys… BUTT then SHE is an OLD BAG herself… Just sayin.

  5. OMD, I am ROTFBMAO! I do the same thingie Kyla….I hide under the kitchen table, I find it’s a good hidey place cause if she wants me, she has to crawl on her hands and knees to get to me! Why make it easy I say. Nows, Ma used to use that stuffs on one of her Angel pups, and SHE says it works great, butts I say…RUN!!!! never trust peeps with strange smellin’ stuffs in their hands.
    Ruby ♥

  6. Bag Balm is the Apple Cider Vinegar of the barn. It cures what ails you. Buck up and deal with it (or you can stop licking your paw… just sayin’).

    • You’re harsh. But since Kali says to give you a break since you’re a relative of DASH!, I’ll give you a pass as long as you don’t give away my location. Tonight it’s easy to hide with the best monsoon of the summer.

      • Sorry Sweetie, I have so many it’s hard to be delicate unless it is a life threatening situation. The words may be harsh, but the love is still there.

        Most excellent lightning, if I do say so myself. Gertie, Sarah and I were enjoying it during our walk. unfortunately, no rain.

  7. Oh, Kyla… I hope your poor paw is ok. If the bootie makes an appearance, I hope we get to see it.
    Alyssa, Mr. Fox & Scruffy

  8. Find a good hidin spot. Try under furniture or in da back of a closet.

  9. We think you need to moooooooooo-ve in with us Kyla (sorry, we couldn’t resist). Oh dear, we hope it was just as a threat butt if now we hope you aren’t bootied up for too long.
    Wally & Sammy

  10. That one is new to us. So hope it helps. Have a marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

  11. Kyla, I know what you mean… the only difference is, that the can with the udder stuff in my house is yellow… and the only fan of booties in my crib is my mom… I dislike it totally :o)

  12. Old remedies are the tried and true! Just be glad you don’t get milked and you need it on your milky thingamajig.
    Sweet William The Scot

  13. Here’s hoping the green can gets the boot instead of you.

  14. Awww,you are smart to make yourself scarce. I would too.

    I linked your cute self to my Awww Mondays post too.

    Have a woof woof Awww Monday. 🙂

  15. Your peeps are only tring to make your paws feel better. They LOVE you alot.

  16. Kyla, does the stuff in that green can help your paw? I’ve been licking and chewing mine and nothing seems to be helping.

    • It makes them soft and heal. They only use it with a bootie. They might try the stuff at naturalpaws.net but the green can is tried and true. You can find more about it (and a discount code) on the Aug 12 post of mykidhaspaws.org. Contact Rachel, who was a vet tech and still volunteers at a rescue shelter. She’s in the SF area. If you find anything out, please let me know. kyle.a.scott at gmail. The humans present plan is to do the Bag Balm-I don’t need it too much in the summer but when the cold (for Arizona) weather rolls around I will.

  17. I can not attest to Bag Balm’s effectiveness, but I can with Natural Paws products. Please contact me if you have any questions about how it works, as I created it for my cocker spaniel who had terrible paws. I was always leery of products which didn’t allow the paw pads to “breathe”, as that is a necessary function of the pad to allow sweat and toxins out of the body. Oh, and no booties necessary, so that is a plus! Hope your sweetie is feeling better!

    Oz the Terrier, I’m surprised you didn’t know we had natural stuff for paws too – you did a fun review of our ear wash! ❤

  18. The peeps use bag balm on THEMSELVES. No booties required. Oh me. I’d like your paw for you if I could.

  19. Sometimes you’ve gotta get under a bed or something so they can’t GET you! We don’t like the sound of a bootie.

  20. Oh my goodness. I know that can’t be any fun for you, Kyla. Let’s hope it works and the humans won’t ever have to put that on your paws again! Much love, The Scottie Mom.

  21. well your humans have your best interests at heart honey!

  22. i bet you are pretty cute with booties on.

  23. What the woof, they’re putting cow utter medicine on your paws?! What are they trying to say about you? You can come and hide out at my house, they will never think to look for you in Texas.

    Aroo to you,

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