> Sootie is very annoyed as she was beginning to enjoy the warmer weather of
> the week before. At least she comes in earlier.
hold his bladder for 24 hours and then we get the trudging out into the snow
> yet) that I think my next door neighbours have got. I haven't seen them to
> ask but DH has seen it in our garden, Sootie sniffs at the step outside
> the patio door when she goes out and DH came in the house one morning last
> week because the cat was asking him for fuss and he didn't want to
> encourage it because of Sootie. The cat the came up to the front door and
> was looking in through the glass. It's a lovely looking cat, ginger and
> white and apparently very friendly at least with humans.)Sootie has been
> edgy when she's gone outside for a couple of weeks. Well now I've seen the
> footprints going along the top of our garden, then reappear the other side
> of the fence and down their garden. If it isn't their's then I think it
> wants to be.
snow here are foxes having a look at my chickens overnight in case I forgot
to shut them away.
Since The Enemy moved away, I rarely see a cat in my garden.
It's not because Boyfie is out and about fighting them off either.
Certainly not during the winter when he prefers to be inside 23 and three
quarter/24. the other 15 minutes is toilet duties.
He refused to go out for 24 hours when he saw the snow and when he did he
did a two minute+ huge wee. I wish he would not do this.
He has an emergency litter box for snow and bad rain but will he use it?
I don't like to see him asking to go out to relieve himself and turning back
when he sees snow or torrential rain. I have tried every possible thing in
the lb. Cat litter, sawdust pellets, crystals, leaves and earth. Nope,
good boys do not wee or poo in the house. or if they absolutely have to
during the night (twice in 10 years, upset tummy), they do it in the bath.
Even putting the litterbox in the bath does not help with the idea that it
is ok to use it in snow & rain emergencies.
He prefers to nearly burst.