And now, A Musical Interlude

(H/T Scissorhead Purplehead)

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5 Responses to And now, A Musical Interlude

  1. Redhand says:

    We have 4 cats. My wife will love/hate this song. Nothing quite like Russian woman rage when this happens here and my ultra-hygiene-values spouse finds it (though we know who the filthy perp is, my cat, which makes the crime all the worse).

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  2. MDavis says:

    His cats are music critics.
    Ours, too.

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  3. Dimitrios says:

    My cat was eight weeks old when I got him, unhousebroken. The first time I saw him hunkering down into a wide stance position I picked him up and flipped him into the kitty litterbox. There he eventually did his business. I was still watching, but the second time he returned to his litterbox on his own. After that, I did not change his litterbox for a whole week. .During most of that time, everyone who entered my apartment knew exactly where the litter box was kept.

    Now I buy the clumping kind of kitty litter and mine the lumps out, once or twice a day. Kitty urine is no longer the fragrance du jour in our abode. There is only one unplanned side effect of which I have been unable to cure him. I have taught him to walk on a leash, and nearly every day I take him for a walk. However, every once in a while, he insists that I take him back to our apartment, so he can relieve himself.


    • MDavis says:

      At the risk of suggesting something you’ve already tried…
      Why not try the reverse of dog curbers? Instead of an empty bag, bring along a bag with a tiny bit of the stuff he knows he is supposed to pee in (nice and fragrant so he’ll know for sure). When he is caught short drop a pinch into an inconspicuous spot for him to aim at. Accompany with consistent voice command and, if it works, you can eventually forgo the littler drop bait and keep the bag for more substantial leavings.
      And if that doesn’t work, it’s still a better problem than you started with. So, kudos.


  4. julesmomcat says:

    ROTFLMAOUIPMP!!! We have 3 litterboxes of clumping litter for our 4 indoor cats – no problem, at all. ‘Course, it’s a given that their instinct to dominate, scent-wise, with urine, is minimized if they are spayed/neutered before they reach 4-5 months old, which ours were.


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