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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-22-2004, 03:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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Oliver has been...ahem...passing gas. It must be from the canned food he has been getting lately. Its really gross. Anyone else have this problem with their kitties? I know there are a lot of PT members with stinky doggies!
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Oliver has been...ahem...passing gas. It must be from the canned food he has been getting lately. Its really gross. Anyone else have this problem with their kitties? I know there are a lot of PT members with stinky doggies!
Steph, you better not light a match!
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Well, my cats don't...well, pass anything stinky.

But when they poop, wow does it smell bad! I think if Pumpkin were to actually cover the poop, it wouldn't be so bad!
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I hope Oliver's stomache settles soon so yours can too!
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But when they poop, wow does it smell bad! I think if Pumpkin were to actually cover the poop, it wouldn't be so bad!
Oh yeah! Its terrible! None of my three know how to cover it either Karen, and it stinks up our whole apartment. Sometimes Mike even gags while he's scooping. I am going to buy this room spray from work, and also some "wallflowers" (plug-ins) to help with the smell!
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I think if Pumpkin were to actually cover the poop, it wouldn't be so bad!
Karen! Snuggles does that! It's because he thinks he is king of the kitty house! It is a dominance thing though, I didn't know!

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post #8 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-22-2004, 09:21 PM
 
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I think Doodles needs to have a class....

"How to cover your cat crap in one easy swipe of the paw."

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I think Doodles needs to have a class....

"How to cover your cat crap in one easy swipe of the paw."

Seriously. I have had four cats and none of them knew how to bury it! Sneakers would scratch for hours and hours at the sides of the litter box, the wall, the linoleum...everything and anything besides the litter! Ollie and Tiger don't bury it either, and Jasmine goes to the bathroom and then runs out! Crazy cats.
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I can just imagine Jasmine quickly doing her business and flying out of the box. I wonder if the cats like the smell of their own poo?
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I can just imagine Jasmine quickly doing her business and flying out of the box. I wonder if the cats like the smell of their own poo?
Yep! She flies out! I don't think they like it, and they want us to clean in up! They probably laugh at us when they see us gagging and scooping.
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I can just see the cats sitting in the corner snickering at how we are grossed out by their smelly poo.

Laughing at us and sticking their tongues out.
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Sneakers would scratch for hours and hours at the sides of the litter box, the wall, the linoleum...everything and anything besides the litter!
My mom and dad's cat, Ivy does this Steph! I wonder why? I have to agree with you and Karen; cats don't like the smell of their own poo so they leave it to their owners to clean up their stinky poo. Stephanie, what kind of food is Ollie getting?
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My mom and dad's cat, Ivy does this Steph! I wonder why? I have to agree with you and Karen; cats don't like the smell of their own poo so they leave it to their owners to clean up their stinky poo. Stephanie, what kind of food is Ollie getting?
They all get Innova. Its a really good food. They've had it many times before so I don't know what was up with him. He's fine today though.
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That's good the gas attack is over. Just one of those days.
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