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Posted on: 7:21:40 PM 4/26/2008

I have toilet trained a cat before, but I did not use CitiKitty. I couldn't get the link to come up, so I am not sure what it is. I definately do not recommend trying to toilet train a kitten, their balance is not good enough. Wait until kitty is ...

Posted on: 4:02:03 PM 4/25/2008

yes, definately try the water method first. Like I said, my case was extreme, the cat did not respond to being blasted with a spray bottle, Super Soaker, or the water hose. Then, after he took a lunge at my baby cousin, I figured enough was enough ...

Posted on: 3:58:34 PM 4/25/2008

how funny! Cats are great because they are so unique and quirky. Enjoy your crazy kitties. I had a cat that was raised with a puppy. He thought he was a dog and would hike his leg to pee and everything. hehehe

Posted on: 7:28:05 PM 4/22/2008

with all the over zealous activists in this country protesting animal cruelty and we still have this cruel and uneccesary practice. It's a shame. But at the same time they say it's cruel and unusual punishment to cut off someone's hand for stealing...

Posted on: 4:41:00 PM 4/22/2008

Kittypotpie, it depends on your cat. Your vet can tell you if 19lbs is a healthy weight for him. I use to have a cat that was 17lbs, and the vet said he was just fine, and could even stand to gain a few pounds. It would be funny to see a cat on a ...

Posted on: 4:35:38 PM 4/22/2008

I would not go as far as to compare spaying to abortion, since spaying is intended to prevent pregnancy, not to terminate it. I would go as far as comparing it to the Pill, Depo Shot, IUD's, and tubal litigations. CatClyde, would you deny these to ...

Posted on: 1:00:23 PM 4/22/2008

I read somwhere that smoking catnip will actually cause mild hallucinations. That explains a lot.

Posted on: 12:55:51 PM 4/22/2008

i'm not sure which question you are answering. . . I get that you are pro spay/neuter (YAY! Smart person!) but who the heck are you directing the rest of it to?

Posted on: 12:50:46 PM 4/22/2008

Your cat tries to groom your dog? That is too funny!

My co-worker's two cats love fish food flakes. They will meow and beg for them. It is like thier kitty crack. lol.


Posted on: 12:47:59 PM 4/22/2008

I think CatClyde finanlly found his soul mate.

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