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    Default Toilet training your cat

    Has anyone successfully toilet train your cat to use the toilet?

    I see a kwitter toilet train product for sale near me and I was thinking of buying it to try to train my cat.

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    I'll reply once kids are in bed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by onelasttime View Post
    Has anyone successfully toilet train your cat to use the toilet?

    I see a kwitter toilet train product for sale near me and I was thinking of buying it to try to train my cat.
    Friends of mine did it with their cat. I want to but I think mine are too old now... One is 10 and the other is 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    Don't know if you really need to slap it at all personally. Rubbing it's face in it would be enough.
    Actually you don't rub animal's faces in their crap. Ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Actually you don't rub animal's faces in their crap. Ever.
    I wouldn't do it myself but it was the lesser of his two evils

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    I did, I got my cat very young.. So young she wouldn't even wee without stimulation :/ she wasn't hard to train at all! Everytime she went anywhere other than her tray I would just pick her up, place her in her litter and pet her. She took to it easy.. She did like going in the laundry sink for a bit but I ended up getting lemons cutting them in quarters and squeezing the juice and leaving the quarters in there for a few days she hasn't used that sink again and she is now 3 years old. If you keep their litter clean and comfortable for them they won't object to using it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monster & Boof View Post
    I did, I got my cat very young.. So young she wouldn't even wee without stimulation :/ she wasn't hard to train at all! Everytime she went anywhere other than her tray I would just pick her up, place her in her litter and pet her. She took to it easy.. She did like going in the laundry sink for a bit but I ended up getting lemons cutting them in quarters and squeezing the juice and leaving the quarters in there for a few days she hasn't used that sink again and she is now 3 years old. If you keep their litter clean and comfortable for them they won't object to using it
    I believe the OP is talking about training your cat to use the toilet (our human loo)

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    Yeah I thought that too... not a litter tray, an actual toilet

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    Yes my cat is litter train. But I was asking about training my cat to use the human toilet
    My cat seems quite clever so I might try

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    I tried with my two older cats as we lived in a unit. The eldest who was like 8 at the time eventually started to go in the tray on the toilet, I had that three step system, the youngest, actually got to the 2nd step where she peed through the whole in the middle of the tray, however she would poo in the bath. We eventually moved to a house and they went outside, sadly neither are alive today. I suspect the younger you start the training the easier it will be, my eldest was a stubborn thing she hated it and preferred peeing on the carpet to peeing on the toilet in the tray.


 

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