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  1. about 3 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    That person shouldn’t have a kitty! Too easy for paws to get soaked in urine. What a blinkin’ idjit! >^.,.^<

  2. about 3 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    Hope you feel better soon! Colds are so miserable! Keep your innards hydrated with good stuff! Wash the crud out. Big orb bumps! >^.,.^<

  3. about 3 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    Maybe that’s why when we were kids, we called the cat box the “sand box”. Mom probably gave up trying to differentiate between the cat box & our play area! >^.,.^<

  4. about 11 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    A beautiful & fuzzy Purrsday to you & the Mega Orb! >^.,.^<

  5. about 13 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    Not Pucky! He’s too noble & gentle. >^.,.^<

  6. about 13 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    That’s Dusty! <<<<< I’m glad he has that hangup! >^.,.^<

  7. about 13 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    Ah! I see! Thank you! >^.,.^<

  8. about 14 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    Uh, oooo-kay. But where did the kitties “go” in the meantime? >^.,.^<

  9. about 14 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    Not sure I’m following your thread of thought, but this is something I read long ago for kittens that can’t connect the potty dots. (Older kitties should get Bill Thompson’s idea.)

    But for tiny kittens try this idea: Place furbaby in box with a only an inch of litter. With a little wad of soft tissue gently rub the “nether area” the way its mama did (she licked them to make them go & cleaned up at the same time). When the business is done, turn the baby around so (s)he can see what (s)he did. Gently hold a paw & demonstrate the covering process. After removing from box gently wash paws with a moistened tissue, like a mama would. May need to do a few times a day until the message is understood. When done lovingly & consistently it shouldn’t take long. As with human babies, praise & pet the furries! Nearly all mammal babies understand positive reinforcement!

    Another thought; a big box may frighten the kitten. Try a small, shallow box at first. When it’s time to go larger, place the small box on the bottom of the regular box. The odor will still be strong enough to reassure that it’s OK to use the bigger box. After a few “goes”, the small box can be removed. >^.,.^<

    One more thought! Don’t place a training box in a different place than where the regular box will be! Kitties remember these things. Consistency is the key! : -)

  10. about 15 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    A Cat Whisperer of the First Order! Well done! >^.,.^<