I took a Sterilite® Storage Tote cut a walkway on one side near a corner and filled it with lots of litter. I
put it near the corner because I think it has less chance of being pushed out at the corner than it would if it
was in the center. My cat likes to dig holes and cover his waste, the large bin makes it deep enough for him to
dig. The high side walls prevent him from going over the edge.
This image says it all: "meow meow meow ... nope!"
http://uncensored.citadel.org/readfwd?go=Pussy?start_reading_at=3878324#3878324 will take you there.
"nope" He did make it about six feet out once but he became confused as he tried to shake all four paws at
"cat not included"
Oh well, so much for that.
much of your owner's stuff onto the ground as possible. It's a highly original, experimental concept that was
born out of a game jam. Oh, and it's based on a real-life mischievous cat, Nippy!
I must have a really great cat.
the tommies got teh best cats.
'New mozjpeg 2.0 flattens cats without perturbing pics'
cat as blind passenger on ultralight:
client looking for the original message can the person please post the name of their pine based kitty litter
About the time of the posting I had found a newspaper kitty liter. It was small granules, not the pellet style.
It was nice because there was no dust. The bad part was the cat tracked it throughout the house, and if you
didn't clean the litter box every day you could smell the ammonia... but hey, no dust. I was worried about
the cat associating the pine kitty litter with a pine sented Christmas tree.
Over the past year or so I noticed that Walmart stopped selling it, then Wegman's didn't sell it, and the Pet
Plus stopped selling it but I could special order it. The other day I was told it is being discontinued so I
need to make plans for another brand.
It looks like pine is the way to go.
could not find the original message. It must be from a different thread.
Anyway, If someone uses pine cat litter, please let me know the brand. I remember the person said it worked
originally my cat but became my cat. Several years ago the cat and my sister's dog met, they learned to
tolerate each other. There was one time when I was petting the cat and the dog was whining in the other room
about it. Because the dog was in the other room I didn't related the two and that the dog was jealous that I
was paying attention to the cat and not the dog. That dog passed away and she now has a new puppy. The new
puppy is very shy but it is getting used to being around people. When my sister visits she will bring the dog
with her and I am fine with the dog.
I often get on the floor with my cat and pet/scratch it to give it some attention. The dog sees this and knows
it is non-threatening and just wants to come over and share the love. My cat goes nuts as the
dog walks over.
It starts this funny mewing, it has hissed at the dog but not in this situation. This is a meow and staring the
dog down. It will then chase the already timid dog away. The cat doesn't want the dog coming between us. I find
it funny pets get jealous.
yeah. L's aunt's daughter's new kitten turned out rather standoffish now that he's no longer a kitten. Guess he wasn't socialized enough during the formative weeks. Too bad.
Good strategy is to adopt adult cats that are known to be friendly.
Raising kittens to be social is a full-time job - they need to be handled by a variety of people, for hours a day, before they're too old.