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Hi peeples, yes, I have never heard of such. Thanks for answering. He will eventually be an indoor/door cat, and we none of our others from long ago that I can recall would do such.
Dianna Mendez says
Hi teaches, I guess we have to scold them just like children to not do certain things. I tried the foil trick, and it did scare him off initially just because of the rattling noise, but once it was on the table, he just would get right on top of it!
Mary Strain says
Hi mollymeadows, so great to see your lovely smiling face. Hooray for Molly to the rescue! Thanks so much sweet friend!
Kathleen Cochran says
Hi Kathleen, thanks for the real deal answer here!!! LOL, I have no doubt they love you tons! : ) Appreciate the answer.
Jackie Lynnley says
Hi Jackie, yes, I am trying to remember just how we did prevent our cats from long ago from doing such. Yes, they are just like children and have to know their boundaries from the get go! I appreciate you sharing of all of your cat tales, so cute ..
Romeos Quill says
Seriously though Faith, things like strong peppers or spices left out will deter them.Also spraying water, or placing something sticky on the spot where he/she is likely to jump onto, like tape; aluminium kitchen foil, their paws hate the feel of.
Thanks Romeos, hmmm, interesting suggestions. I do know of certain sprays to spray on furniture and plants to deter from scratching, just do not know about the jumping on top of tables part. Appreciate the answer.
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Rosemary Sadler says
Hi Rosemary, LOL, Thanks for answering and that is so interesting about the bell for dinner... well, the dinner bell! That certainly is a handy trick indeed! Appreciate you!
John Roberts says
Hi JohnGreasyGamer, good point to be mindful of and I would never wantto injure or traumatize them, and kittens are truly easily impressionable. Thanks for answering.