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My cat keeps pooping in the bathtub



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My cat keeps pooping in the bathtub...

A few days ago I noticed a small bit of hr floating in the water. A couple of days later the hr was floating around in the whole tub. The hr was about an inch or two long. I cleaned the tub, took her outside, gave her a nice dose of T-bone and sent her home. After that my neighbor told me that she keeps seeing the hrs in the bathroom and the hr is floating in her tub. I have no idea what to do. We've been together for four years now and this is the first time she's done this.

We have also noticed her licking all over the house. She seems to like to lick our shoes, our laundry, the windowsills, our dog.

I don't really know what she would do if I put her outside. She's about ten pounds and I think she's a little old for that. She hasn't had any issues eating.

I love this cat! I know she is fine as she is on medication for allergies, and if she has done this it's only because she loves to and has no understanding of the consequences.

I would not worry about her behaviour as she is just being a little kid and if she doesn't understand what she's doing it is only a matter of time until she learns.

If you want to be sure then make her use the litter box as she might learn to control it while she is there. If you don't want to put her out then try to keep the cats and dog out of the bathroom.

If I had to make a guess it is something that got caught in the bathroom when she was young, as a cat of that size should not have gotten her nls caught.

It's only a matter of time until she learns the consequences, as she is only a kitten. It's only a matter of time before she gets bigger and learns that she does have to control her tongue.

If she catches the mouse she will probably catch the cat... I would go outside and let her play with the cat. Hopefully, you'll get a nice long period of normal behaviour before she starts catching things agn.

If you don't want to be "that guy" then you might want to buy her a hamster or perhaps her a dog or cat.

Your cat was probably fine. It's usually just that most kittens are just wild and they learn from observing how their mother's behave. Sometimes, kittens just think that things are there to be eaten, as opposed to things to be handled.

If you don't want to be "that guy" then you might want to buy her a hamster or perhaps her a dog or cat.

Your cat was probably fine. It's usually just that most kittens are just wild and they learn from observing how their mother's behave. Sometimes, kittens just think that things are there to be eaten, as opposed to things to be handled.

That is definitely the case with many cats, and for many people like myself, it is a bit distressing. I know the kitten is not hurting the cat, but I can't help but feel like she is doing an imitation of a feral cat eating the mice.

However, you did the right thing by getting the kitten to stop. I can't imagine it's a good idea to see that kind of behaviour agn.

Yes, you should definitely watch this more closely. The problem is that when we get very excited, our minds are just like that cat and we see those things more than what's really there.

You can try to see it as her simply being "tonguey" but when she was little, you probably didn't have to watch her so closely because you assumed she was tame and had learned from her mother.

I'll be honest, I don't really understand the cat thing. I have seen cats jump into the laps of other cats, and even chase away other cats from their food. Cats can be quite the little monsters, which makes sense considering they're carnivores and they do a lot of killing. Still, though, that seems like a cruel act to me, but I guess the cat really isn't hurt. I suppose I'll have to make myself more aware of this kind of behaviour.

You didn't know the kitten was there so that could have been her "playful biting" at it or maybe she just tried to play and bit a bit when she found it and it got caught. I think either one of those are frly normal. I was really shocked when my mother found out I'd been doing that a few times as a kitten, I had no idea that it was something I was supposed to be doing.

You shouldn't get upset about her doing that as she may learn from it, and who knows, maybe she will get a kick out of it.

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This is not the first time I heard this story about a kitten, I'm actually pretty sure I read it before but I don't remember where.

The thing that I find funny about this story is that it seems like there is a pretty large difference in behaviour between the two animals.

A small child is very, very trusting and is inclined to believe that the other person in the interaction is good. She has no fear of the stranger, or of hurting her, as a child she can be pretty easily hurt, but she trusts that this stranger won't do any real harm to her. In this case it's not a stranger though, it's her own mother.

A cat seems to be a lot more wary. She notices that the mother is there and that her mum likes to come close to her. She also sees that the stranger is also human and thus more trustworthy, although she may not be so sure about her own mother. She may also fear that if she does hurt her mother she may hurt the stranger as well.

The more her mum behaves a certn way the more the cat trusts her and the more the cat lets her near her. This is why if the cat's mum gives the cat a treat, the cat will usually let her mum eat it as she trusts her.

A child can make mistakes, and the cat may hurt her mother by not seeing that her mother isn't going to hurt her. So in this case the cat may just do something that is a bit of a problem for her and her mum. But the cat will learn from that and may be able to trust the mother's judgement more in the future.

Also, a child has the benefit of a human voice. The cat may be hearing all sorts of different sounds all the time, some of


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