(Closed) The Cats are losing their home

posted 9 years ago in Pets
Post # 77
1986 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Okay, 5 Bedroom house- How many litterboxes do you have?

If you don’t have enough that might be part of the issue- that is a huge house.

(I’ll just ignore all other issues right now)

Post # 78
9815 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

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@Daisys4U:  Do you realize that you can request that the mods close this thread if you don’t want people’s opinions on it? Continually coming back with anger and ALL CAPS isn’t exactly making it go away.

Post # 79
3798 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Ok, ok, you lost me after I saw the word “TURDS” in all caps.

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@Daisys4U: I am sorry you did not get the support you were looking for with this thread. This seems to have been a really heated topic. I second
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@KatyElle:…maybe you should ask the mods to close it if you are this frustrated?

Post # 80
2649 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

OK guys, I am not sure if this is against rules  or what so Mods feel free to delete  if  it is and SORRY!!!

The OP has no interest in giving up her cat.  I asked if I could have her and I got a message essentially telling me  “No, all is good, this is just a rant”

This thread is a lost cause, she is refusing to rehome the cat, and quite honestly i think it might just be a cry for attention.  This frustrates/saddens me but there is nothing we can do.

Post # 81
858 posts
Busy bee

This OP should not ever have a pet again. If you are so lazy that you can’t or won’t care for your pet the right way get a pet rock. I am horrified at your behavior when it comes to this poor cat . What do you plan to do with a child toss that away too when it becomes inconvenient for you?

Post # 82
561 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Ok, you love your cat, I get that.  But if you are really as concerned for your son as you say you are and the cat is still continuing a dangerous behavior, you should give her to another home.

That way your son will come to no harm, through her claws, teeth, or excrement.  In turn your cat will be in home where she will not have to vie for attention and potentially be a bit more happy/normal.

We all love our pets, they truly are our ‘children’, but our real babies come first PERIOD.

Post # 83
1202 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Are both cats fixed? Have you ruled out any medical reasons for the behavior? Have you tried a feliway diffuser?  Meds? If not shame for considering giving them up or worse, killing them.

Post # 86
10844 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

At the request of the OP this thread is being closed.

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