"Craig Bailey" > wrote in message
> Any suggestions for how to stop an 11-year-old eskimo/poodle mix who
> insists on eating the new kitten's cat food?
> Training methods? Bowl placement? Special feeding devices?
> CRAIG BAILEY >
> 67 Union St. #2D, Winooski, Vt. 05404-1948 USA
> www.floydianslip.com | 802.655.1197
The ideas for putting it somewhere cat accessible but not dog accessible is
a good idea! Two suggestions from my cat's favorite places to hang out are:
in an unused cabinet in the kitchen. My cabinets are an old style and have
magnets to keep them closed. My cat took it upon herself to take over an
empty one under my stove, which is also an older style and sits in the
counter. She can open the door and everything, so to save space in my tiny
kitchen, I put her food bowl and her kitty condo in there and she love to
hang out there! Another example, my linen closet. She opens the closet
door, it's one of those accordion style doors, and hops up onto the lowest
shelf, which is probably about 3 feet high. I stopped storing towels there
and gave it to her, complete with a little blanket for napping on. Find
spots like that that you cat already likes to go to and put the food there.