Jenn said:Never seen a cat eat the litter, but it can't be good. My Mom's dog used to get the, umm, poop out of their cats' box and eat it though. Ewww! LoL! :lol:
LOL! So gross! Guess they find something appealing in it??? hehe.bogolove said:Jenn said:Never seen a cat eat the litter, but it can't be good. My Mom's dog used to get the, umm, poop out of their cats' box and eat it though. Ewww! LoL! :lol:
My dog does the same thing! i keep the box in my cat's room (really my guest room, but she has made it her own) and I have a baby gate so she can get in and out by jumping over on to the chair and he can't get in. Every now and then i have moved the gate for some reason, and wouldn't you know every time he heads straight for the box and grabs himself a tasty treat. Yuck! I chase him, but he is too fast for me, and i am not sure I want to be the one pulling his mouth open for that anyway.....
Funny.....I had a German Shepherd/Collie mix many years ago that when she got older (around 11) she started to eat her own poop! 8O We had to watch it too because we'd walk her on a leash...it was tough trying to stop her. Our vet said it was not too unusual and that it was usually a behavioral thing. Personally, I thought it came with senility. Whatever caused it, I don't know for sure but it was most definately gross!! :? Our daughter was in diapers at the time and the dog would tear apart the garbage to get to her diapers! Eeewww!My Mom's dog used to get the, umm, poop out of their cats' box and eat it though. Ewww! LoL!
A friend who uses Swheat stopped using it cuz she felt they had changed it. She said the litter didnt cover the odor from the cat box.Gabreilla Moushigo
Posted: Sun Sep 12, 2004 3:05 pm
We got him normal clay litter - and it stopped. I just use swheat scoop with Halifax - and he never has any problems.
Probably more than the wheat in swheat scoop. Honestly - if I were in charge of Tigger I would definitly be getting him Swheat scoop as well. I was lucky that I got my dad to change his mind about clumping litter at all!TAsunder said:Doesn't clay litter have even more known health risks?