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    Default These flipping cats!!!!!

    Well I got my two kittens last week they are lovely but they are mental they keep chasing each other around running into the table leg climbing up the curtains one ov them even tried to jump in the cooker when it was on!! I grabbed the cat just intime my heads done in they are litter trained but they have taken a like to using the back ov my tv as a toilet I have new carpets so has any one got any ideas in how to stop them pssss and shhh every where i have got a spray bottle for when they misbehave they are house cats there 9 weeks old so I'm hoping they will grow out ov it

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    You could try something like this, expensive but supposed to be good

    http://www.petsathome.com/shop/feliw...diffuser-15436

    Cats will grow out of being naughty like that, they are just like humans growing from children to adults and they become more lax naturally, when?.. who knows lol

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    And with regards to the peeing behind the TV, you can buy a cat repelant, or you could try putting chilli powder behind there I'm sure they won't like that.

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    If they're not using the litter tray all the time, they're not properly trained to it. The rest is just normal kitten behaviour.

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    How do I make sure Ian do I just keep putting them in every so often

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    I had one ov them laying on my chest I was stroking it it was nearly asleep when all ov a sudden there was a lovely warm sensation Great!!!! It's peed on me

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    Put the litter box in an ideal place, don't hide it away anywere or put it were your cats may not like to go.

    The cat needs to feel comfortable, so that includes having a litter box your cat doesn't mind using. A hooded one may enclose him too much and scare him, an open one may make him feel like he is being watched and also make him uncomfortable.

    Then there is the litter, you need to find a litter your cat likes.

    All about experiment. Just show them the litter box, show them what the litter is and they will figure it out for themselves. Good luck!

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    Nappies?

    ...... I'll get my coat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidi View Post
    Nappies?

    ...... I'll get my coat
    Ha ha like it lol

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    What the hell is a "house cat"?????????????????

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