Re: George

Bonnie Kalmbach ( bjkalmba@facstaff.wisc.edu )
Tue, 02 Feb 1999 12:18:51 -0600

Hi Laura,
I don't like the idea of toilet training cats. You may
not be able to tell whether they have bladder infections or
constipation if there are no litterboxes.

Bonnie

At 08:42 AM 2/2/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Took George to the vet yesterday for persistent vomitting. We didn't
>know til Sunday that it was HIM getting sick and not one of the others!
>He was still hydrated fairly well and just needed an antibiotic to get
>him going again. :) Now he's happy and healthy as a horse and running
>around the house faster than one to make up for being sick.
>
>Chaucer is adapting fairly well, and so are we. He asks for attention
>from us more than from the other cats, but that's okay. We're happy to
>pet him when we can.
>
>How do you guys feel about toilet training a cat? George has an extreme
>interest in the toilet and I am considering trying to toilet train him
>as soon as I can afford the gear to get started. If it helps cut down on
>litter costs...I'll try it with the others if they show an interest too.
>I'll let THEM tell ME if the want to and not vice versa! :) I know my
>kits too well to try otherwise.
>
>Gotta run for now. Work to do and never enough time to talk.
>Good luck and best wishes to all our feline friends out there.
>Cheesecake will be ours in 1999!!!
>Laura, and the Brat Pack (Garf, Pix, George, Ambers and Chaucer.)
>

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