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Pussy toilet training and other too-good-to-be-true schemes
February 18, 2003 11:21 PM   Subscribe

Your cat? Yeah...perhaps. Maybe. Mine? Certainly not! This Internet thing - it lies, right? The money you spend on litty litter: how many important paperbacks would it buy?
posted by Carlos Quevedo (16 comments total)

 
If only - ONLY - my two stupid lovable cats could/would learn to do this...as it is, they have difficulty finding the litter box, despite large, glowing neon signs and arrows pointing the way.



Damn cats. Gotta love 'em.
posted by davidmsc at 11:37 PM on February 18, 2003


This is yet another moment in which I am very, very happy to be owner of owned by dogs.
posted by Dreama at 11:59 PM on February 18, 2003


Oh, great! Cat turds floating in the toilet waiting for me to flush.
I don't think so!
posted by mischief at 12:35 AM on February 19, 2003


Flo Control.
posted by homunculus at 12:43 AM on February 19, 2003


Charles Mingus did it first.

Aaaah, rock stars^w^w jazz legends, is there anything they can't do?
posted by arto at 1:16 AM on February 19, 2003


litty litter?
posted by twine42 at 3:27 AM on February 19, 2003


Nope, no way. My cat is not only incredibly stubborn, and would undoubtedly go for the sink just to teach me a lesson, he's also rather clumsy for a cat. I forsee myself chasing a startled, wet with water and his own pee, orange tank around the apartment. No thanks!
posted by hilatron at 4:43 AM on February 19, 2003


my cats uses the tub [by the drain] or shower [by the drain]. Never got him to use the toilet. dang. He'll also come and tell me when he's done so i can clean it up. I think he derives far too much pleasure from watching me do that though. evil thig...
posted by dabitch at 4:58 AM on February 19, 2003


twine42, litty litter consists of shredded, banned books. it's a popular cat box filler in the bible belt. [or if not, it should be...]
posted by stonerose at 5:00 AM on February 19, 2003


My cat (who was a burmese, looking uncannily like Misha here) used the toilet by his own volition. It was often a surprise for house-guests too, because he didn't shut the door to indicate that the toilet was engaged ; )
A friend of mine has cats that, although housecats, always go outside to 'do their business'. He didn't train them to do that either.
posted by asok at 5:26 AM on February 19, 2003


Whew. That will solve one problem. A toilet trained cat means I won't get the kitty litter mixed up with the dessert .
posted by madamjujujive at 5:40 AM on February 19, 2003


It also tastes good on ice cream.
posted by toothgnip at 6:40 AM on February 19, 2003


litty litter?

That would be pulp fiction.
posted by taz at 8:34 AM on February 19, 2003


Oh, no! I can't help it! I don't want to flush the original topic of the thread, but really, you have to check out Chef Poo's Recipe Archives. Blame madamjujujive; she started it.
posted by taz at 9:19 AM on February 19, 2003


I earnestly tried this with two new kittens. They didn't take to it. And now, event though they go in the litter box most of the time, they have some odd ideas about where else it is appropriate to go. Myself, I wish I'd never tried to convince them to go anywhere but the litter-box.
posted by dipolemoment at 9:30 AM on February 19, 2003


3 cats and only one bathroom. I foresee trouble if I were to try this. I'd never get in there to use it myself.
posted by JanetLand at 1:11 PM on February 19, 2003


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