For vet trips and other medical situations, obviously the medical terminology for your cat’s body parts are the best words to use. But this is the internet and we’re all cat ladies, our actual genders irrelevant. Cats are ridiculously adorable floofs and we have a need for these far more appropriate terms for their body parts.
Scritch Place: the space behind a cat’s ears, which is the best place to scritch your cat.
Ear Floof: all of the lovely long hairs inside your cats ears, presumably to make them extra cute.
Mane: the longer fur around your cats cheeks, just like a lion’s mane.
Boop: the soft, skin-coloured part of your cat’s nose, which is a perfect little button to press and say “boop”.
Blep: any part of your cat’s tongue that is currently sticking out of their mouth, especially if their mouth is closed.
Toofs: the super-cute little fangs that your cat shows you when they yawn.
Toe Beans: your cat’s toe pads, looking like little jelly beans.
Peets: the cute little feet of your cat, made of soft pads for their sole and toe beans.
Sassy Pants: the extra fluffy floof that is your cat’s thighs, and looks like a pair of pantaloons.
Belly: the whole underside of your cat, all soft fluffiness and highly tempting to rub vigorously.
Nope: any part of your cat’s underside that they attack you for petting, named for your cat’s attitude to you touching it.
Bingo Wings: just like the sassy pants, the fluffy thigh/upper arm part of your cat’s front legs, like the loose skin older people often get but much cuter.
Bib: most easily identified on tuxedo cats, who have white fur there, the part of your cats chest that’s still visible when they sit up tall.