Help With Milo --> The evil one
Is it really that bad to have an inside/outside cat? I know everyone here is totally against it, but this sucker is fast and evil! He got out today when I was going to start the car before leaving for work and instantly ran where I couldn't get him. When I came back out he was in front of the steps so I tried to grab him and ended up chasing him around the yard. THEN he rolled over and laid his ears back and hissed at me and tried to claw me with his back claws (he's declawed...not my doing). I ended up with a ton of claw/teeth marks on my right forearm.
He gets out a lot. He will sneak under Shadow so you can't see him get out. The other night he was out in the cold and snow for 2.5 hours because we didn't realize he was gone. He's fully vaccinated and stays around the house and is never out very long (we leave him when we can't catch him because eventually he comes meowing to the front door). I even bought him cat grass thinking that would keep him in, but it didn't work. He's been trying to get out since he was a kitten.
ANYWAYS...my question is, do you think he would be nicer if we just let him get out once in awhile? Maybe stop peeing on the rugs in the house, stop biting and being evil, etc? I really really HATE this cat right now