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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-19-2010, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
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Last Night i was able to pick blue up and put him into the cat carrier . Then i took him inside my house and put him into the office. AkA...the cat room.

My 3 cats are not happy. I told them its only for a few days. Then they can have the room back. So Blue is here sleeping on the floor. There are plenty of toys and a bed.. food and water and a litter box are here too.

How do i get blue to use the litter box? He already had an accident this morning.

Now im going to wait for ms.brindle to return(she normaly shows up in the late afternoon)and try to get her into the carrier again.

Last night i almost had her in the carrier..but she slipped out and got away. So i will try again.

Here is a picture of blue inside my office.

Mom and i think that blue is 4 months old. We would like to get them both adopted together. : but im not sure if i can make that happen.









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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-19-2010, 02:17 PM
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I think you'll have to train Blue the same as you train a kitten. Put him in the litter box, and move his paws in a scratching motion. And if you catch him in the middle of urination...or even directly after, put him in the litter box. Find something he has urinated on, and put it in the litter box to give it his scent. And make sure to clean any other spots he has used with a cleaner with enzymes. You can get one at any pet shop. I wish you success!

Good luck with Ms. Brindle!




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Thank You.

I think blue has the sniffles...
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I'm sorry to hear that. I would call the vet. Poor baby.




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The sniffles went away.

Blue used the litter box last night. Yay! Im so happy for him.
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That's good news!




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yep yep! Now blue is sound asleep on the desk chair. We are hanging on to him until thursday.
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