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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-12-2011, 04:37 AM Thread Starter
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Angry Very Naughty boy!

Well lately, my Siamese, "Kitty" has been a very, very naughty boy!
He jumps up on my dresser and knocks things down, scratches and bites me through the night,(and day aswell), has already recked both of the loungesuites, and we tell him off if he jumps up on the kitchen counter, but keeps doing it!

Does your Siamese's and other cats do this aswell??
We think that he is getting way to bored, so we don't know what to do. We have bought him some toys, he plays with them and still gets bored.

Any ideas or suggestions??
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He's only 1 year and as far as I know, Siamese are very rambunctious (though I've never owned one). What kind of toys did you buy? Some cats are content to play with mice and balls and such, while others need much more active and interactive play.

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Cricket doesnt climb on things like dressers or counters... but lately he has start climbing the screen when I have the window open.. he has also started chewing on my wooden end table (dont know why) .. oh yeah and before we moved he used to chew the wallpaper off the walls.. but thats really the only things naughty I catch him doing.
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Get a toy you can play WITH him -- and wear him out a couple of times a day - it might help!
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A rousing session of interactive play at bedtime might help wear him out. My cats love the laser light! I've read that some people believe a laser light increases stress because it can't be "caught" but my cats seem to enjoy the chase and don't appear to be too anxious about not "catching" it.
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I agree, lots of toys are great but they need lots of interactive play as well.
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when he starts scratching you bring him to a scratching post and teach him to scratch there. Cats are natural climbers look into getting him a kitty tree if he doesn't have one already.
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when he starts scratching you bring him to a scratching post and teach him to scratch there. Cats are natural climbers look into getting him a kitty tree if he doesn't have one already.
Excellent suggestion! Cats love vertical space. Cat trees are expensive but the hours of fun your cat will have with it are worth the cost.
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Thank-you everyone for all your suggestions!
I really appreciate it!
Only one problem.... my Mum said she doesn't like cat trees and I cannot get
one I really really want one! Maybe I can get her to get a small one.... I do play with him but he still is naughty.
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