Pingpong kicks the wall behind the box to knock the litter off her feet before she exits.
I was thinking the same thing as well.
When we moved from Alaska to Oregon, my sister had a cat that would pee in the bathtub drain.
We had rain and a bit of wind these last few days, but the sun has come out this morning.
Well, once it is clean, all of them will have to “go” (not just Elvis who has needed to “go” all along). It’s a hallmark of felinity.
But it is. A yard sale is just a family getting rid of stuff they don’t want. Whether they don’t want it because it had belonged to a family member who died or simply because they want to free up some space in their home it is still the same thing.
Yeah. I much prefer spiders to mosquitoes and flies!
This arc is reminding me of something I saw on Quora recently. I suspect that this was a troll question though, because I can’t believe that anyone could be so stupid (and I have a pretty low opinion of the intelligence of the average human).
Anyway, the question was asked how to train a cat to use a litter box that does not have any litter in it. The person asking said that they had a kitten that had been trained to use a litter box, but they didn’t want to buy litter every month, so they wanted it to just use an empty box. They said that the kitten was peeing in the box, but was pooping in the middle of their kitchen floor.
This presents me with another reason to believe this was a troll question. I can believe that the poor kitten was pooping on the kitchen floor, but am skeptical of the claim that it was peeing in the empty box.
LOL… that reminds me of a story one of my parents’ friends told us when I was a child. He said that a strange cat came to their door and meowed to come in, they (thinking it was their cat) let it in and it went directly to their litter box, used it, then asked to be let out.
When introducing a kitten to a litter box, I have set them inside it, then taken their front paws in my hands and manually scratched the litter. They tend to catch on quick.