While Im here I have a few questions
First of all as I said in my last post Winston is quite wild. When we try to keep him in our basement over night he always finds a way to escape. Like pushing out the window, or getting the door open. We have his litter pan down there and a nice snuggly bed. He just hates being inside.
Well Recently it got very cold here and we wanted him to stay downstairs so he didnt freeze. We blocked the windows and bolted the door so he couldnt get out.
well The next day I came home and my house smelled so strong of urine I almost passed out. He had gone in several places down there right on the floor! It took my husband and I several days of scrubbing to get it out. I cant figure out why he wont just relax and enjoy being warm. He is just as bad upstairs. He runs cirlces around the house, rips and claws at the furniture and pounces on us biting and scratching when we walk passed him.
I would never get rid of him, but I just dont know what to do with him any more.
He recently got an abcess from fighting with something boy was that a joy to take care of. He limped for days because it was right on his shoulder. Well after he was healed he started a new funny behavior.He will run all around our yard and jump up on things, but as soon as he see you he starts limping and comes over for attention. He is so weird.
Oh well I needed to vent about all of this. Does anyone have any ideas on how to get him to stay inside even for the night. And if we will ever be able to tame him.
The boys: Spud,Hamilton,Periwinkle