May. 1st, 2006

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She peed in it. Hopefully she uses it for everything else too.

I just learned that she expects FRESH dry food in the mornings. So I just sprinkled a little fresh stuff on the top and that fooled her. I'll replace uneaten tinned food but unless it's crawling with ants or something dry food stays until it's eaten (as long as it hasn't been too long.
gemfyre: (Default)
She peed in it. Hopefully she uses it for everything else too.

I just learned that she expects FRESH dry food in the mornings. So I just sprinkled a little fresh stuff on the top and that fooled her. I'll replace uneaten tinned food but unless it's crawling with ants or something dry food stays until it's eaten (as long as it hasn't been too long.
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She went on the bathmat again.

At least she went about the same time, so tomorrow I can try a few things.

- Around the same time make sure the bathroom door is closed and/or the bathmat is off the floor.
- Lock her in the back room. It seems the gate can keep her in there, and her food and litter tray is in there, as well as a futon and a towel underneath the bookshelves where she likes to hide.

I put her in there for a bit this evening after she started to sit in an alarming way on my lap (the kinda way that means they're about to go on you). When I went out to check on her she miaowed at me and looked at me and it just broke my heart dammit, so I let her out.

Should I put her in there tonight? Last night she peed once more, but that second time was in the litter tray, even though she had the run of the house and there was a bathmat.

Gah, I have no idea. Can I have a cat that doesn't need to eliminate?
gemfyre: (Default)
She went on the bathmat again.

At least she went about the same time, so tomorrow I can try a few things.

- Around the same time make sure the bathroom door is closed and/or the bathmat is off the floor.
- Lock her in the back room. It seems the gate can keep her in there, and her food and litter tray is in there, as well as a futon and a towel underneath the bookshelves where she likes to hide.

I put her in there for a bit this evening after she started to sit in an alarming way on my lap (the kinda way that means they're about to go on you). When I went out to check on her she miaowed at me and looked at me and it just broke my heart dammit, so I let her out.

Should I put her in there tonight? Last night she peed once more, but that second time was in the litter tray, even though she had the run of the house and there was a bathmat.

Gah, I have no idea. Can I have a cat that doesn't need to eliminate?

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