My aunt didn’t even train her cat it just started using the toilet on its own, but that’s because it was originally my Gram’s cat who was used to being an only cat. So when my Gram had to move in to one of those retirement home (not assisted) my aunt took the cat (snowball) in. Snowball learned how to use the toilet on her own!
Here’s the book that the two billion dollar a year kitty litter industry doesn’t want you to know about – a fool proof program. A book on how to Toilet Train your Cat by Paul Kunkel. There there is a will there is a way for almost anything why not toilet train your cat? This book will give you the knowledge and skills to put down your litter scoop and sifter to enjoy a litter free home.
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Paul Kunkel, who toilet-trained his first cat while in college and who has continued to train his own and his friends’ cats ever since, presents a foolproof, 21-Day-Program for teaching any litter-trained cat between the ages of 6 months and 10 years to use a toilet instead of a litter box. (Older cats can still be trained, but the process will probably take longer.) Requiring nothing more than magazines and/or…
Kidney (or Renal) disease or failure are general terms used to describe problems with the kidneys and their ability to function properly. Kidney disease is one of the most common problems that veterinary surgeons see in cats and it is thought that the reason we see so many cases is because our beloved pet cats are living so much longer these days, thanks to great care from owners as well as advances in nutrition and veterinary treatments.
Leave them home you can even hire someone for half the cost to feed the cats their morning and afternoon meals clean litter box and play with them. I do this for my aunt once or twice a year. It’s a vacation for me and she leaves money for food and some for myself in case I need it.
Going away on holiday can leave many cat owners with a dilemma. Should they take their cat to a cattery or leave them at home, and have someone pop in once a day to feed them? Neither solution is great news for your cat. Most cats hate catteries. Unless they have been used to going from a very young age, putting your cat in a cattery can cause them a great deal of stress.
Cats are territorial animals and also fairly solitary. Putting them in an unfamiliar environment, perhaps with other cats around them, can make them very unhappy and lead to them stopping eating. Unfortunately, unlike dogs they find it difficult to adjust to new surroundings – hence why cats are rarely taken away from their home.
The other option is to leave your cat at home and have a friend or neighbour go in daily to feed them…
I like to make my cats purr. Of course, I enjoying giving them pleasure but today as I had my morning petting session with one of my fur babies, I realized I’m doing this absolutely selfishly. I want the purr. I want to experience the soft vibrations and listen to the familiar comforting hum, which instantly works as a metronome for my relaxation. My breathing calms down and regulates and as I bury my entire face against his fur. I made him feel this way and he is doing the same to me. This is inter-species symbiosis of the purest form.
I only fell in love with cats three years ago even though I am a Leo born in the Year of the Tiger. All my life I suspected felines were sneaky, moody, and would ultimately kill me in my sleep. I was 39 years old when someone suggested a…
Zoe has been making art with our shed whiskers, which she has been collecting over the years. She put them on origami paper and stuck them in some slime that she made.
But she doesn’t know that we actually want to keep them so that we can put them under our pillow for the whisker fairy to collect them and reward us with a treat.
Here is a picture of the whisker fairy:
We think it is a miracle that those tiny little wings of hers have managed to hold her up for so long considering that she is quite heavy for her size. Her main body is made out of slime so that when she finds a whisker she sticks it into her body. We think that is pretty cool.
Every time Zoe finds a whisker on the floor she says “Aha! I got one!”