Yes, friends. We have it here.
lol. Cats seem to think they know what they doing. But sadly that is not always the case. My cats routinely fall off tables, chairs and my lap.
What's up with that guy by the door trying to "coral" the cat?
I've never heard of coraling cats.
I used to have a Persian that would asleep on top the TV and then fall off, fell down the toilet several times (don't ask), managed to get her head stuck in a fence and would consistently attempt to run through a glass door. if only I could have had a normal cat that just got stuck up a tree or something.
That is so funny Hollie! You would think that cats would be smarter than that to fall so much, but if she landed on her feet than that is good.
Mostly she did, we had to take part of the fence apart though to free her head. She used to sit on the side of the toilet, flush the chain and then when the water used to swirl around the bowl she'd try to paw, that's when she always seemed to lose her balance and fall in. She was lovely but dippy.
Oh wow. It always amazes me to know that a cat got stuck (in a tree is understandable, but in other places is just strange). When we had our cat we used to close the lid of the toilet because I think when she was a kitten she fell or almost fell in. She did enjoy drinking water out of a running tap and would always follow us to the bathroom so that we could turn on the faucets.
by coco-the-hamsta 7 years ago
my mum was holding my hamster and it jumped out of her hand , it fell from about 1m up and it...landed on carpet we only had him yesterday and after he jumped he landed on his back we put him in his cage ASAP and hes huddled in 1 corner and his coats ruffled, will he be ok!?
by Galaxy Harvey 5 years ago
What is the best way to stop cats using your garden as a toilet?
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