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Re: new friend

Cats...ya gotta love them and their antics.  I watched Raja and Boomer last night..she walks by him (slowly..to make sure she gets his attention..which she does) and Boomer does what a herding dog does...he runs over, gets in her face and freezes.  She freezes.  They stare for a moment, then she bolts.  He runs after her, she jumps up on the dresser going "HA HA" and she sits there...and he waits for her to jump down.  She does.  Then she lays down and he goes over and starts sniffing her, and she grabs him by his face and starts giving him a BATH!!  I never expected that from Raja.  Ya could have knocked me over with a feather.  Just bizarre but cute behavior last night.

Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net> wrote:
  I think Auralie is right about another box, for whatever the reason. There 
have been a few times I've had to resort to setting up a second box for 
awhile. Jack used to think it was great fun to lie in wait and spring on 
his unsuspecting fellow cats and scare the bejesus out of them as they 
exited the box. Braveheart said the heck with that and went somewhere else. 
I set up another box for him in another room and he began using it. After 
he got over it and Jack got past it, I steered him back to the main box and 
eventually got rid of the extra one.

neIN, Zone 5
----- Original Message ----- 
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2007 2:30 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] new friend

> In a message dated 10/15/2007 11:14:55 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> cyndi.johnson@edwards.af.mil writes:
> The biggest problem is still the litterbox issue, I am trying a number
> of things but someone - my guess is orange cat but I could easily be
> wrong - is urinating in a bunch of places that aren't the litterboxes.
> The pheromone stuff has not helped, or hasn't helped much. Well...there
> are a few more ideas to try but if we can't solve it some lucky cat is
> going to end up with a kitty condo outside. And I would really rather
> not have to do that.
> Cyndi, we have four litter boxes for our four cats. Maybe at least one
> more would help.
> Seriously, every time I have had a problem with a cat urinating where
> it shouldn't, it has eventually turned out to be a urinary infection of
> some sort. In a couple of cases, I was sure the cat was doing it
> deliberately as a way of telling me she had a problem
> Auralie
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