Regurgitation For: Potty Training Your Cat

Yeah - I heard of that idea years ago too. My cats have a litter box for night time when they are shut in, and I have to throw out all the litter - if they actually manage to aim right. One of my cats fell in the toilet once - I think she was trying to drink from it!

Declared by Ruth at May 4, 2005 07:24 PM

I too tried that "toilet training" the kitty thing. Oh how high my dreams were. My cat also took to crapping in the tub, sink, and on the tile out of spite. Now I just stick with scooping the shit box, but I had to get one with a lid because kitty doesn't have good "squatting" aim.

Declared by mary at May 5, 2005 01:03 AM

My cat likes the window sill above the toilet. Recipe for disaster. I heard the unmistakable sound of the lid falling and out of the bathroom streaked a dripping cat. Yep, he was Mr. Cool that day.

Even without the trauma of past toilet experiences, were I to take away his litter box, he'd have nothing to fuss over every time he goes by the damn thing. The litter has to be just so, and apparently the requirements are altered hourly. Talk about anal retentive behavior.

Declared by Jeffro at May 5, 2005 02:39 AM

My cats, despite my efforts to teach them a posh upbringing, still seem to regard the toilet as:

A) something their Mommy sits on from time to time that necessitates them needing to pet at that exact moment.

B) the drinking fountain

That said, I hate the cat box issues. I hate cleaning them, and I hate that no matter how hard you combat it, you always wind up with tiny cat trails of litter going to and from the boxes.

Good thing we love the felines, eh?

Declared by Helen at May 6, 2005 03:21 AM

Man, I really wish I could have done that with my cat. Too late now, she's 11 years old and would probably have a heart attack if I tried.

Declared by Janet at May 6, 2005 06:59 PM
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