THE CAT JUST BURPED IN MY FACE.
IT GOT IN MY MOUTH.</b>
IN MY MOUTH.
Olive is really gassy anyway and is prone to happiness farts and mysterious bouts of cabbage stank.
And she belches. Noticeably. She'll be sitting there and her sides will billow out and she'll make this little rrruup noise, then blink and fan her ears back like she's surprised herself.
So I was leaning back against the arm of the couch reading, and she had gradually spread from my lap to cuddling up against my chest. And I glanced up and she was doing the slit-eyed, ears relaxed "I love you" face, so I leaned my face down closer to hers to maximize cuddle.
Then, our faces less than six inches apart, I opened my mouth to start to tell her that she's a good girl or something, and she blinked and flicked her ears and went rruupp.
And she doesn't usually understand why I get shouty when she lets one off right next to me--because she does that too, she'll lean against me with her tail up and happyfart right in my lap and it smells like a fish that died of intestinal problems--but SHE BURPED IN MY MOUTH