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Old 04-14-2009, 12:55 PM   #1
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I've always hated cats (and I'm allergic to them), until recently when my daughter got a cat with her mom (my X) and it is the cutest and nicest cat I've ever seen. I can't have any, but if I could, I wouldn't mind having her cat around me.

Very funny video by the way. I'll have to show it to my daughter tonight.
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I've never cared much for cats myself.

It seems like when they get old they all decide to pee and poop any place in the house, except the litterbox. I've heard many stories from friends about the cat passing away and how they could now finally rip up the smelly carpet and replace it. They usually also have to rip up the carpet pad, scrub the wood or cement floor before putting down new carpet to be sure to get the stink out.
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I never cared much for cats either until a little kitten came out of the forest 14 years ago and demanded to come in the house. She was always thankful ever since and always peed and pooped in her litter box until she passed away 2 years ago. Everyone said she was very "human" and she really was. My wife was blown away when she first saw her and how she bounced around the house like she playfully owned it.
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It seems like when they get old they all decide to pee and poop any place in the house, except the litterbox.
This is generally the result of various elderly feline medical conditions and is usually not a decision on their part. BTW, may you not be blessed with a similar condition in your elder years as it can also occur in humans.
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This is generally the result of various elderly feline medical conditions and is usually not a decision on their part. BTW, may you not be blessed with a similar condition in your elder years as it can also occur in humans.
I didn't mean to say it like that. I understand it's not the cat's choice. But it's what happens in most cases.
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I didn't mean to say it like that. I understand it's not the cat's choice. But it's what happens in most cases.
Listen cats makes great pets I always had them near my feet when programming on the computer. They have habits and you have to teach them not to pee or poop on the rug or floor. There is a thing called the litter box that needs to be kept clean otherwise the cat will look elsewhere.

Today I just have two dogs near my feet of course a dog is no where near that of a cat. Dogs do pee and poop and throw-up which is really messy to deal with.
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There is a thing called the litter box that needs to be kept clean otherwise the cat will look elsewhere.
Now that you mention this it rang a bell! There was a time that her litter box was neglected and she pooped in the garage to let us know! I always remember everyday after cleaning her little box how she would come around with a big smile and rub against us to say a big thank you. Cats are like people and all have different personalities.
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My wife and I used to have 2 cats. One died. One disappeared (presumed dead and eaten by coyotes).

I liked them both and if it wasn't for the litter box, would probably have another. I can't stand cleaning a litter box.
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I've never cared much for cats myself.

It seems like when they get old they all decide to pee and poop any place in the house, except the litterbox. I've heard many stories from friends about the cat passing away and how they could now finally rip up the smelly carpet and replace it. They usually also have to rip up the carpet pad, scrub the wood or cement floor before putting down new carpet to be sure to get the stink out.

Cats are very clean in general, it's their nature.

If a caregiver does not clean the box, of course the cat is going to piss, and shit on the rug. Would you poop in a overflowing toilet?

No spots on my rugs, I clean the box daily, and no smell either!


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Thanks for the info. about litter boxes.

I know what a litter box is.
I know they have to be kept clean.

I also know I've had several friends that had older cats that didn't go in the litter box anymore no matter how clean it was or where it was located.
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Hey you got them watching a mountain squirrel? What are they names your two cats.. I miss having a cat so much I had name my German Shepherd a cats name.. People laugh when I tell them his name, but he's knows I a good pet owner.. I have the woods full of gray squirrel GS always goes after them or barks like he wants to climb up the tree. He's stand on his hinds though like a human. He'll watch TV like your two above though.. Like apple JOLLY RANGERS and waits for me take out of the wrapper..
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Thanks for the info. about litter boxes.

I know what a litter box is.
I know they have to be kept clean.

I also know I've had several friends that had older cats that didn't go in the litter box anymore no matter how clean it was or where it was located.
Older cats still use the cat litter, but a lot of them don't like the litter mix.. You can let them use newspaper or shred the paper of your excess printer jobs on place that in the box. Cats are like people. Litter boxes in time need to be replace also the odor goes deep into the box, sometime you just can't get that smell out.. Just have to keep on buying new boxes.. Cats do better in the litter box house. They fell better.. That looks like a dog house, but it's a Cat litter box.
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Hey you got them watching a mountain squirrel? What are they names your two cats.. I miss having a cat so much I had name my German Shepherd a cats name.. People laugh when I tell them his name, but he's knows I a good pet owner.. I have the woods full of gray squirrel GS always goes after them or barks like he wants to climb up the tree. He's stand on his hinds though like a human. He'll watch TV like your two above though.. Like apple JOLLY RANGERS and waits for me take out of the wrapper..
They're watching a video for cats called, "Cat Sitter". It has birds, rats, gerbils, butterflies, and the audio of it all drives them crazy.
The cats in the pics are not mine, but they're watching the same video. Since mine are indoor cats, I try to stimulate their interests as much as possible. You have to do the same thing with people too, or they will get bored.


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[b][size="3"]Cats are very clean in general, it's their nature.

If a caregiver does not clean the box, of course the cat is going to piss, and shit on the rug. Would you poop in a overflowing toilet?

No spots on my rugs, I clean the box daily, and no smell either!
Being a dog person myself I have never had the pleasure of owning one, I still like cats alot especially ones that act like dogs.
Is it possible to train one to use a toliet, like Robert DeNiro did in 'Meet the Parents'?
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