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Old 02-01-2007, 02:48 AM   #166
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funny cat video

Got this emailed to me the other day and thought i'd share...

Apparently this couple couldn't work out why their water bills were huge...then one day they discovered the culprit....

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Old 02-01-2007, 12:26 PM   #168
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A gal posted this on a cat forum I'm on in a 'bathroom kitties' thread.
I seriously laughed out loud for like 5 minutes

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The funniest part is the cat "matches" the bathroom.
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Old 02-01-2007, 12:35 PM   #170
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LOL I didnt even notice that
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I should find the one of Mia poking her teeny head into the toliet when she was a kitten.

I could probably take one of her now. Damn cat drinks out of the toliet - she learned that from Spencer.
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Old 02-01-2007, 12:38 PM   #172
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I wish mine did that....
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Old 02-01-2007, 07:27 PM   #173
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A gal posted this on a cat forum I'm on in a 'bathroom kitties' thread.
I seriously laughed out loud for like 5 minutes



One time when Chloe was a kitty she got all nosy and fell into the toilet. It was the funniest thing ever.
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at the video and the picture!!
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Old 02-01-2007, 08:54 PM   #175
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I've finally found a method that WORKS for keeping my cats off the counters and away from people food!

I call it a cat rattle and although I'd read about it before, I never was convinced it would work until I saw my friend use it with his cats. You put like 20 pennies in a soda can and tape the top shut. When the cat is on the counter, ya frickin shake that thing and they split like the end of the world just happened right there on the counter! It's great, b/c they associate the noise with the can, not me, and now won't go where the can is (so I keep it wherever I don't want cats). I've only done it a few times and they're already had. So if you see Dew cans showing up in my photos, it doesn't mean I'm messy it means "no cats here."

I've tried everything in the past: citrus scent, aluminum foil, yelling NO or trying to make a loud noise...but this is the first thing they've consistently responded to. They fear the rattle more than a pack of rabid pit bulls!
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We're lucky in that Otto doesn't climb on the counters. He occasionally climbs on the dining room table (which has a tablecloth on it), but we never eat on it. There's too much junk on it to even find a spot He can look out the dining room window from there.

And we prefer eating in front of the TV anyways.
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I've finally found a method that WORKS for keeping my cats off the counters and away from people food!

I call it a cat rattle and although I'd read about it before, I never was convinced it would work until I saw my friend use it with his cats. You put like 20 pennies in a soda can and tape the top shut. When the cat is on the counter, ya frickin shake that thing and they split like the end of the world just happened right there on the counter! It's great, b/c they associate the noise with the can, not me, and now won't go where the can is (so I keep it wherever I don't want cats). I've only done it a few times and they're already had. So if you see Dew cans showing up in my photos, it doesn't mean I'm messy it means "no cats here."

I've tried everything in the past: citrus scent, aluminum foil, yelling NO or trying to make a loud noise...but this is the first thing they've consistently responded to. They fear the rattle more than a pack of rabid pit bulls!
Those compressed air cans work for me.. just a couple quick blasts on their butt and they go flying.
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Old 02-01-2007, 09:19 PM   #178
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One time when Chloe was a kitty she got all nosy and fell into the toilet. It was the funniest thing ever.
Saki fell into the toilet twice when he was a kitten.
One time, I haddnt had a chance to flush yet
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My sister had a question about cat food and I kept forgetting to ask you guys . Homer will be a year old in March (well, that's the closest approximation the vet could give her). Right now she's feeding him Purina kitten chow.

At what age should she stop feeding him kitten chow? What's the next type of food she should get? Adult chow?

I couldn't answer her question, Worf only eats Fancy Feast chicken hearts and livers (I know ).
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After a year she can switch to adult cat food. Probably best to stay with the same brand since that's what he's used to
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