post #211 of 291
8/6/09 at 8:24pm
I've read that many cats like unscented litter the best...my boy is a problem child, so I'm using Dr. Elsey CatAttract litter (he's got a whole line, under Precious Cat). I've got to admit I'd probably still use this litter - to me it seems to clump really well, and has an attractive 'scent' from the attracting herbs even to me.
You know, I've actually returned litter (the unused portion in the bag) to Petsmart when my kitties didn't care for a certain type....just hung on to the receipt.
And, now I'm wondering if you wife simply, and understandably, is a little afraid to give her heart away again and that's why she's looking for another home....it's a tough fear to conquer. And she's probably trying to shield you from that pain to come as well.... but the love in between can be so worth it.
Yea, why is that? Why can't dogs learn to use a box, or cats learn to go outside?
Has anyone ever setup the box outside? We have a nice covered patio that might work. Tiger usually spends an hour or so each day in the backyard anyway.
Sure would make Mom happy not to have the box in my office. (me too)
His problem isn't using the litter box. He has that down pat. Even a bit excessive at times.
Yes, I got it at Walmart. Didn't know it was their brand. So far it's just a bit too fine. Causes a bit of dust and paw prints. We'll give it chance to see if it cures the odor problems.
He has a new name. "Mr Kitty" anyone under 20 should know this one...
So now we have: Tiger, Sassy, Kitty, Comere, Logan, Hey You, "Cat!", "Get Down!" and "Mr Kitty". The feline doesn't know who he is, or probably care...