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Old 09-10-2019, 11:41 AM
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Yours are great as well.

The little long hair looks a character.
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He is, already been named Fuzzy Monster!! And if you wonder why. let me leave him alone with your couch or window drapes for 15 minutes.
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Have they got scratching blocks? Easy to make.

I used old carpets for this.

"Cat trees" are great too. I'll take a couple pics of the two here for you tomorrow. Again easy to make out of scraps.

Lastly go to your local chemist and get a bottle of citronella oil. Cats dislike it.

Dilute 50/50 with water, put in a spray bottle and spray the couch, drapes whatever. It pongs a bit initially, but the smell soon goes - and so do the cats. Normally with something like a couch, just do the vertical surfaces where they are scratching.
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They got blocks, they have a climbing castle with hiding holes and scratching columns, but its basically just Fuzzy. Just hoping he calms down a bit and grows out of it. At least he's learned not to try and push Ratsie out of her food bowl.
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Old 09-11-2019, 06:31 AM
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Ok. I won't post the pics then.

Next time you go into town, grasp a little (a little goes a long way) citronella oil. And for the moment you can use it something gets sprayed before they are fixed - it will deter repeat spraying!
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Old 09-15-2019, 03:38 PM
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Hi Guys,
I've been reading your posts,,, and you all are so
very loving and smart with your kitties.
It's a REAL honor to connect with you in this forum.
I wish you all the very best in your lives.
Best Regards,
Gary,,, and my kitties,,,
Callie, Brumby, Ebony, and Kitty
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Ms Rebe Arriba Andele senses someone sneaking up behind her...
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Luna chill'in and watching little blue penguin documentary on tv, she stayed like this for about 10 minutes
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Old 09-16-2019, 01:56 AM
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Cute pic Meece!

Cats watching TV is an interesting phenomenon.

All our cats do it and it appears they are not watching the actual program, but light specs on the screen - I don't mean snow, but a moving spec within the movie - like lights or water reflection.

Similar effect to a laser pointer - which no matter how amusing it is should never be used with cats as it will cause eye damage if flashed in their eyes when they are playing. Use a low powered penlight torch rather.

The jury is still out as to what cats can see in terms of colour - possible only blues and greys.

They do have blurry vision to a degree and because of this and their colour perception do not really recognise features or detail.

I wear a lot of hats and have certainly found that our cats recognise me if I stick to the old faithfuls. A new hat or a hat in a different shape throws them, unless they also have the vocal or scent clues associated with me.

Vision is also poor in terms of focus and focal range. Good only out to around 20-30 metres (why cats get run over and appear to lack any road sense). They also cannot focus closer than around 10 inches - which I am sure you have all noticed when you initially put a treat or something down for them.
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