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Schaianne Schaianne 9 years
It's not really hard at all, and some pet stores sell a training plastic ring to put on your toilet for your kitty. First you have litter in it ... then you cut out a hole and start to enlarge it, eventually having no litter in it at all. I had almost toilet trained my kitty but then he went to get neutered and de-clawed (Yes yes, I know ... I'll never do that again!) and it totally messed up his training. Then he just started holding it for days on end until he mewed with every step. :cry: I never tried again with my other cats for some reason. The real key is teaching them to flush!! ;)
Linny Linny 9 years
if my cats learned how to do that i'd really appreciate it. that's what they can get me for my birthday and christmas this year.
JustineyBoBeeny JustineyBoBeeny 9 years
Oh man. That would be awesome if my Kizzy could do that, but she's kind of handicapped in the hind-leg area.
Megatron Megatron 9 years
That was amazing!
blythe15 blythe15 9 years
I've heard this was possible, but seeing it is amazing! That takes a lot of skill and control. It's all in the tail.
oofhgoo oofhgoo 9 years
That cat really had to pee! He was going forever. Haha.
suzanne suzanne 9 years
That was nothing short of impressive! :MEOW:
Babychloe Babychloe 9 years
I would be afraid my cat would fall in.
anaisethenry anaisethenry 9 years
I love the tail wagging!
Cherrytree94 Cherrytree94 9 years
Wow...If I could get my boys to do that I could save a lot of money on kitty litter. We got through about 62 lbs a week (my ferrets use some of it too).
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