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Okay, I had to channel my inner Barry White for this tune. I’ve never had the problem of cats licking my lotioned legs, probably because my overactive sebaceous glands keep my skin slick and moist on their own.

If closing the door and putting on pants isn’t working out for you, you should switch to an organic lotion. Non-organic moisturizing products can contain animal by-products that might be alluring to Mr. Biscuits. You could add a little lemon oil to your lotion to deter him from making out with your stems. In general, cats don’t dig the citrus smell, so keep that in mind next time you’re deciding between “rosemary breeze” and “kumquat dreams.”

The lyrics:

Lotion
By Sarah Donner

When you step out of the bathtub
I just can’t help it, I want to rub on you
When you take out the lotion
I get emotional — what else can I do?

I don’t want to waste the tasty taste
It’s like gravy on your legs
When you baste your face in the pastey paste
I want to eat it up and not say grace

But if you don’t want to get with me
Switch to a lotion that’s more citrusy
We’ll find another way to get kinky
‘Cuz you’ll always be my cat lady!

I’m attracted to the smell on your skin
So baby, let me use my tongue to rub it in

I don’t want to waste the tasty taste
It’s like gravy on your legs
When you baste your face in the pastey paste
I want to eat it up and not say grace

Sources: Snopes.com, ASPCA

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