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Old November 22nd 03, 05:26 PM
Mary
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"keshcatlvr"

The apartment is only about 400 sqare feet. We are talking
tiny.


Oh my god. Can't you move? I don't know how you can stand that, let
alone two cats. There has to be an alternative.


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Old November 22nd 03, 05:26 PM
Mary
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"keshcatlvr"

The apartment is only about 400 sqare feet. We are talking
tiny.


Oh my god. Can't you move? I don't know how you can stand that, let
alone two cats. There has to be an alternative.


  #53  
Old November 22nd 03, 08:59 PM
Cheryl
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Joe Canuck composed with style:

Consider enriching his environment...

Create a couple of perches where he can look out different windows.

Buy some SonoTube and create little tunnels for him to crawl around
in.

Consider getting a drinking fountain with running water.

Install weatherstripping of some sort around the door to minimize
the noise coming in from the hallway.

Consider getting some additional cat furniture or perhaps making
high walkways or perches for him to enjoy.

Perhaps give him more of your own attention, play with him when you
can


I completely agree with this post. Vertical space can take the place
of horizontal space and make it more fun and entertaining, plus more
exercise for the kitties. Good luck!


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Old November 22nd 03, 08:59 PM
Cheryl
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In ,
Joe Canuck composed with style:

Consider enriching his environment...

Create a couple of perches where he can look out different windows.

Buy some SonoTube and create little tunnels for him to crawl around
in.

Consider getting a drinking fountain with running water.

Install weatherstripping of some sort around the door to minimize
the noise coming in from the hallway.

Consider getting some additional cat furniture or perhaps making
high walkways or perches for him to enjoy.

Perhaps give him more of your own attention, play with him when you
can


I completely agree with this post. Vertical space can take the place
of horizontal space and make it more fun and entertaining, plus more
exercise for the kitties. Good luck!


  #55  
Old November 22nd 03, 08:59 PM
Cheryl
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In ,
Joe Canuck composed with style:

Consider enriching his environment...

Create a couple of perches where he can look out different windows.

Buy some SonoTube and create little tunnels for him to crawl around
in.

Consider getting a drinking fountain with running water.

Install weatherstripping of some sort around the door to minimize
the noise coming in from the hallway.

Consider getting some additional cat furniture or perhaps making
high walkways or perches for him to enjoy.

Perhaps give him more of your own attention, play with him when you
can


I completely agree with this post. Vertical space can take the place
of horizontal space and make it more fun and entertaining, plus more
exercise for the kitties. Good luck!


 




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