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Old September 14th 04, 01:56 PM
jimmy the LD
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Hi All:
Another update on Rutherford the Brave, the floor-****ing and wall-spraying
cat...

Last night I caught him squatting RIGHT after I cleaned the litter box
(about two hours after) in the 4 foot area that he has destroyed in our
living room with his urine. I feel that he MUST have known he was in the
wrong here, because I had to chase him around for about 15 minutes before I
caught him to toss his naughty little ass into the bathroom with food and
water and his litterbox for the night.

I placed his food (dry bowl), his breakfast (canned food) and his water
DIRECTLY on the "stink zone" as we like to call it. He hasn't touched it
yet, but I am worried about him now finding another place to ****. I can't
deal with much more of this, and if he finds another place to urinate in the
house, I'm gonna flip.

I'll be making a doctor's appointment in a few days to see if we can get a
medical opinion. the only problem I have with the vet the last time (and
first time) we took him in was that she didn't have any real answers - she
just kept pushing her favorite flea and worm meds.

Frustrated and sick of smelling the pee,
Jimmy

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Old September 14th 04, 10:24 PM
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also after you have cleaned and dried the area, you could simply put
double-sided taped criss-crossing the area. Cats hate to step on that
stuff!


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Old September 14th 04, 10:24 PM
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also after you have cleaned and dried the area, you could simply put
double-sided taped criss-crossing the area. Cats hate to step on that
stuff!


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Old September 14th 04, 10:31 PM
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On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 08:56:44 -0400, jimmy the LD wrote:

Hi All:
Another update on Rutherford the Brave, the floor-****ing and wall-spraying
cat...

Last night I caught him squatting RIGHT after I cleaned the litter box
(about two hours after) in the 4 foot area that he has destroyed in our
living room with his urine. I feel that he MUST have known he was in the
wrong here, because I had to chase him around for about 15 minutes before I
caught him to toss his naughty little ass into the bathroom with food and
water and his litterbox for the night.

I placed his food (dry bowl), his breakfast (canned food) and his water
DIRECTLY on the "stink zone" as we like to call it. He hasn't touched it
yet, but I am worried about him now finding another place to ****. I can't
deal with much more of this, and if he finds another place to urinate in the
house, I'm gonna flip.

I'll be making a doctor's appointment in a few days to see if we can get a
medical opinion. the only problem I have with the vet the last time (and
first time) we took him in was that she didn't have any real answers - she
just kept pushing her favorite flea and worm meds.

Frustrated and sick of smelling the pee,
Jimmy




Perhaps a new Vet would be a good idea. MLB

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Old September 14th 04, 10:31 PM
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On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 08:56:44 -0400, jimmy the LD wrote:

Hi All:
Another update on Rutherford the Brave, the floor-****ing and wall-spraying
cat...

Last night I caught him squatting RIGHT after I cleaned the litter box
(about two hours after) in the 4 foot area that he has destroyed in our
living room with his urine. I feel that he MUST have known he was in the
wrong here, because I had to chase him around for about 15 minutes before I
caught him to toss his naughty little ass into the bathroom with food and
water and his litterbox for the night.

I placed his food (dry bowl), his breakfast (canned food) and his water
DIRECTLY on the "stink zone" as we like to call it. He hasn't touched it
yet, but I am worried about him now finding another place to ****. I can't
deal with much more of this, and if he finds another place to urinate in the
house, I'm gonna flip.

I'll be making a doctor's appointment in a few days to see if we can get a
medical opinion. the only problem I have with the vet the last time (and
first time) we took him in was that she didn't have any real answers - she
just kept pushing her favorite flea and worm meds.

Frustrated and sick of smelling the pee,
Jimmy




Perhaps a new Vet would be a good idea. MLB

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Old September 15th 04, 09:43 PM
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"jimmy the LD" wrote in message ...
Hi All:
Another update on Rutherford the Brave, the floor-****ing and wall-spraying
cat...

Last night I caught him squatting RIGHT after I cleaned the litter box
(about two hours after) in the 4 foot area that he has destroyed in our
living room with his urine. I feel that he MUST have known he was in the
wrong here, because I had to chase him around for about 15 minutes before I
caught him to toss his naughty little ass into the bathroom with food and
water and his litterbox for the night.

I placed his food (dry bowl), his breakfast (canned food) and his water
DIRECTLY on the "stink zone" as we like to call it. He hasn't touched it
yet, but I am worried about him now finding another place to ****. I can't
deal with much more of this, and if he finds another place to urinate in the
house, I'm gonna flip.

I'll be making a doctor's appointment in a few days to see if we can get a
medical opinion. the only problem I have with the vet the last time (and
first time) we took him in was that she didn't have any real answers - she
just kept pushing her favorite flea and worm meds.

Frustrated and sick of smelling the pee,
Jimmy


Can't you just put the litterbox on the **** spot?


Bluesman
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Old September 15th 04, 09:43 PM
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"jimmy the LD" wrote in message ...
Hi All:
Another update on Rutherford the Brave, the floor-****ing and wall-spraying
cat...

Last night I caught him squatting RIGHT after I cleaned the litter box
(about two hours after) in the 4 foot area that he has destroyed in our
living room with his urine. I feel that he MUST have known he was in the
wrong here, because I had to chase him around for about 15 minutes before I
caught him to toss his naughty little ass into the bathroom with food and
water and his litterbox for the night.

I placed his food (dry bowl), his breakfast (canned food) and his water
DIRECTLY on the "stink zone" as we like to call it. He hasn't touched it
yet, but I am worried about him now finding another place to ****. I can't
deal with much more of this, and if he finds another place to urinate in the
house, I'm gonna flip.

I'll be making a doctor's appointment in a few days to see if we can get a
medical opinion. the only problem I have with the vet the last time (and
first time) we took him in was that she didn't have any real answers - she
just kept pushing her favorite flea and worm meds.

Frustrated and sick of smelling the pee,
Jimmy


Can't you just put the litterbox on the **** spot?


Bluesman
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Old September 15th 04, 11:35 PM
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"Bluesman" wrote in message
om...
"jimmy the LD" wrote in message

...
Hi All:
Another update on Rutherford the Brave, the floor-****ing and

wall-spraying
cat...

Last night I caught him squatting RIGHT after I cleaned the litter box
(about two hours after) in the 4 foot area that he has destroyed in our
living room with his urine. I feel that he MUST have known he was in

the
wrong here, because I had to chase him around for about 15 minutes

before I
caught him to toss his naughty little ass into the bathroom with food

and
water and his litterbox for the night.

I placed his food (dry bowl), his breakfast (canned food) and his water
DIRECTLY on the "stink zone" as we like to call it. He hasn't touched

it
yet, but I am worried about him now finding another place to ****. I

can't
deal with much more of this, and if he finds another place to urinate in

the
house, I'm gonna flip.

I'll be making a doctor's appointment in a few days to see if we can get

a
medical opinion. the only problem I have with the vet the last time

(and
first time) we took him in was that she didn't have any real answers -

she
just kept pushing her favorite flea and worm meds.

Frustrated and sick of smelling the pee,
Jimmy


Can't you just put the litterbox on the **** spot?


Bluesman


Wow. What breathtaking simplicity. I assume the OP does not want to put the
litter box there?


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Old September 15th 04, 11:35 PM
Mary
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"Bluesman" wrote in message
om...
"jimmy the LD" wrote in message

...
Hi All:
Another update on Rutherford the Brave, the floor-****ing and

wall-spraying
cat...

Last night I caught him squatting RIGHT after I cleaned the litter box
(about two hours after) in the 4 foot area that he has destroyed in our
living room with his urine. I feel that he MUST have known he was in

the
wrong here, because I had to chase him around for about 15 minutes

before I
caught him to toss his naughty little ass into the bathroom with food

and
water and his litterbox for the night.

I placed his food (dry bowl), his breakfast (canned food) and his water
DIRECTLY on the "stink zone" as we like to call it. He hasn't touched

it
yet, but I am worried about him now finding another place to ****. I

can't
deal with much more of this, and if he finds another place to urinate in

the
house, I'm gonna flip.

I'll be making a doctor's appointment in a few days to see if we can get

a
medical opinion. the only problem I have with the vet the last time

(and
first time) we took him in was that she didn't have any real answers -

she
just kept pushing her favorite flea and worm meds.

Frustrated and sick of smelling the pee,
Jimmy


Can't you just put the litterbox on the **** spot?


Bluesman


Wow. What breathtaking simplicity. I assume the OP does not want to put the
litter box there?


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Old September 16th 04, 02:43 AM
jimmy the LD
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Can't you just put the litterbox on the **** spot?


Bluesman


Wow. What breathtaking simplicity. I assume the OP does not want to put

the
litter box there?



I'm not sure what this means - I don't want to teach him that the spot he
uses is the toilet, I want to teach him that he's not ****ing supposed to
**** there. Placing his litter box on the spot seems to me to be a bad
judgement.

Jimmy


 




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