Discussion in 'Pets & Animals' started by AngelMoo, Nov 9, 2006.
Don't you just want to grab that floofy belly...
Even if you'll be bleeding afterwards
She lets us clip her claws without too much fuss. And her bite is never aggressive, she exerts as much force as a paper clip.
She's a cutie, but also a brat. She's taken on a new behaviour of shitting in the kitchen as a way of dealing with the anxiety of moving in with my partners kitties. We can't figure her logic out. Clean kitty litter doesn't always gaurentee that she'll use it - which is frustrating.
obligatory cat picture.
Yeah unfortunately they go a bit nuts adjusting to big changes. Ours pissed everywhere and got a UTI when we had a new cat in the house temp
My Bengal does this all the time. If I leave the house for an extended period - dump on the bed - I usually followed be a very angry phone call from the Mrs.
Pretty much any time he doesn't like something, his solution is to take a dump somewhere inappropriate. Fortuntely, everyone in the house now has a pretty good idea at what annoys him, and the first signs of an inappropriate dump lead to him being taken to the toilet and left in there until he's done, where it is easier to clean. But damn, they really do see themselves as gods!
we've always been very very fortunate with out little ones.
Mini - the grey cat above if the tray is soiled from her sister will meow at us until her poops are removed which is very cute of couse becasue she only has a little meow
My boy who passed a few years ago now would hold on until he almost burst and never pee'd or pooped anywhere except his tray.
Haven't posted in a while, and scored a nice photo yesterday of our two boys...
Shows off their different personalities perfectly. Guess which one is the shit-stirrer, and which one is the slightly dour one
(Ching on the left, Satai on the right)
Shit stirrer on the right.
Sooo cats had a tiff last night, and yup, wake up to a puddle of piss this morning. At least she's going on hard tiles which are straight forward to clean. I think I might start locking her away at night in the spare room with a fresh tray, might help break this habit.
apparently just licked strawberry jam toast, haha.
Little rascal having a nap before he replicate's the Grand National in the evening on a daily basis.
Fun fact: This morning she decided to take a piss on the kitchen tiles in front of the sink, then walked urine around the entire kitchen. Why? Because, one of her three kitty litters was 1 meter away from where I usually place it. FFS.
Pretty sure thats a tribble not a Cat, FYI.
We’re just “kitten-sitting” for the weekend… Why do I feel like this will be a very, very… very long weekend?
She's purring the house down;
Now that's a cute kitten!
My Fiancee' and I picked up a cat a week ago, little Timmy. He's 5 and a half years old, and when we brought him home he was as scared as anything, 3-4 days later he started coming out of his shell, and now he's fully relaxed, 8 days later. Such a cute wee thing!
We gave her the work-in-progress name of Daisy, but it appears to be sticking. I opt’d alternatively for “Kittenface” but Daisy still has it.
She survived the weekend and gets along well with the elder male cat (12), they seem to communicate and set boundaries. My fluffy white princess on the other hand is being a right butch about the whole saga and spends her time carrying on like a muppet! Will take a week or two for her to accept kittenface - I mean Daisy.
She’s a really good, communicable, trained kitten. And yeah, she’s a rescue, dumped with 3 other siblings. PM me if you’re in Sydney and would like to meet her brother and sister, they’re at the vets waiting for their forever home.
Thank you for giving an older cat a chance ☺️ They have just as much to offer as kittens and now he's living out his life with you and not in a shelter!
Cracking Friday night. Cheers to the long weekend.