Update.

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And I know more than a few of you have been waiting for this …

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Lord Dudley Mountcatten was not pleased with the new litter in his box.

How not pleased was he? Every time he needed to poo….

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I caught him digging in my houseplants. He would pee in the box, but not poop…. and it was a total nightmare. After picking him up and placing him in the box at least 426 times… only to have him jump out of it like it was on fire… I gave up and switched back to the old litter.

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With predictable results. $29 bag of Skoon?

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You can kiss my ass.

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39 thoughts on “Update.”

    1. Ally, it’s very kind of you to recognize Lord Mountcatten’s elevated status, but although I’ve never met him personally, or Rivergirl, or had a cat of my own, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that he prefers the term aristoCAT. An innocent mistake, I’m sure…

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  1. Can you try blending the 2 cat litters so he can slowly get use to the new one? Maybe start with 75% old to 25% new and increase to 50/50 after a week or 2, then 25/75, etc. maybe it was too much of a difference….

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  2. Not surprised. Is there somewhere you can place the box that doesn’t have carpet around it? Clean up is easier because you can just use a dust pan and whisk broom to collect the scattered litter.

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    1. The only uncarpeted areas we have are the bathrooms, where I don’t want to tip toe barefoot through litter… the kitchen, which is a big no… and the laundry room, which is too small. New flooring is on the list but a new roof and driveway will take precedence this year.

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      1. I’m with you about bathrooms and kitchens being off limits. We used screened porches and laundry rooms for our cat litter boxes. Here the laundry room was too tiny so we put Tigger’s litter box on the tiled floor in the lanai. Fine, but not ideal.

        My other thought: get one of those plastic sheets used under rolling office chairs. The plastic has “teeth” to hold it in place on the carpet and it would be large enough to catch most of the Lord’s relocated litter.

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  3. Our litter box is in my room, which isn’t as bad as it sounds because it’s twenty feet away from my head and it’s really big. I got one of those under the bed storage bins and it holds about thirty pounds of litter. There’s also the fact that I live with it so there’s some pretty fastidious cleanup happening every day. Bear in mind this is for three cats
    I play wargames with my friends here, as well as writing this comment and other uplifting, life-affirming activities and I can’t have my peeps getting all funked up on my smelly ass game room.
    I hope you have resolved this issue, I realize I’m a little late to the party.

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  4. It was a prolonged battle but it’s been settled for quite a while. A large Rubbermaid under the bed tub like you, and a special, only to be found at one pet store, $18 a bag, crystal litter and he’s a happy camper. As am I with no mess and no smell.
    👍

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