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04-12-2014 14:08 #41
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04-12-2014 14:16 #42
@Jmeleem demanding is the perfect word for it. I might start with the spray bottle and see how we go.
Sometimes she wails when she cries and i have no idea what she wants. Its good practise for the baby i guess. I need to train her to use the litter box with the lid on too. Its oe of those ones thats a big square with a flap on the front. Im not sure she will go for it yet.
Ive read that milk is really bad for their tummys as is the wet cat food. I have been giving her dry food for her to free feed then she gets meat every second night as a treat. Her poos smell so much less now then the wet food incident.
04-12-2014 14:42 #43
Yes demanding, my boy is 1 and a half now and gosh he is still so demanding. Ill admit it gets on my nerves.
With eating they do learn to stay away its just getting to that point. If i dont have a spray bottle nearby i tend to just lightly flick the tip of their ear.
With the covered in tray ive found my lot will not use it if the door is on. So try her but if she doesnt use it just try it with no door. Its cause its so flappy that most of the time it'll hit them on the butt when they go in and it scares the bejeezus out of them and they'll associate that with using the tray itself. Thought process of "last time i went in there i was startled so i wont go there again"
06-12-2014 12:31 #44
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06-12-2014 13:36 #45
06-12-2014 15:26 #46
When we got our baby we let her rome free during the day and in the laundry at night for probably the first week until she calmed down. It was never an issue having food and litter together. I put the litter up one end and food up the other!
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06-12-2014 17:06 #47
06-12-2014 17:11 #48
Kitten help! ?
Maybe she's embarrassed? Our girl doesn't like it when you watch her in her litter and try's to bury her poos if you're in the room and they're visible.
06-12-2014 17:16 #49
I have also noticed that she holds on and goes after i wake up in the morning and when i get home from work. I think maybe she likes me to be home and deal with it quickly for her! Little priss. She has been nice and calm today, i have to admit i felt awful when i was getting angry at her for stabbing me all the time. I found myself wishing she wasnt here! *bad mum moment*
17-12-2014 13:26 #50
Just for the nawhs😊. cutie!
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