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    peed on the bed while we were gone camping. The little turd punished us for leaving him in the house. Well, I should say that he limited his bad behavior to DH's side of the bed. hehehe. However, I had not planned on stripping the bed last night and I had not planned on spending another night in the trailer. (Although I was very happy that we had a dry clean place to sleep.)

    In case you ever need to take out "kitty juice" - Nature's Miracle does the trick.

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    Had a dog that would do that ~ except he would get mad at my mom and pee on her pillow. He would also nip her on the butt when we got back home. We camp too but with 2 kids, a jack russell and a cat on phenobarb. Everyone laughs at us when we pull up to the camp site.

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    So will the good old fashioned Lysol --the concentrate that's red.

    We have "that damn dog"--although, he is really a good dog. He loves to bring us dirty laundry all night, all day, all morning--just get the laundry and he's happy. Too bad we cannot teach him to fetch us a drink! :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piedmont Quilter
    He would also nip her on the butt when we got back home.
    I suppose I should be thankful. ROFL

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    Poor kitty -- he was REALLY ticked!! (Has he kissed and made up yet??)

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    I had a cat that would do that when she was irked with me. I was not happy with her when she did that. She lived to be 19 and had accidents toward the end, but the earlier incidents were no accidents! She was giving me a lesson! :?

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    I have one that is the same way. That's how she lets me know she is MAD at me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Has he kissed and made up yet?
    He constantly yowls, zigzags around our legs and won't leave our side. Poor kitty - indeed. :twisted:

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    Oooh, that's mad!

    Mostly I've just heard from people that their cats ignore them for up to three days, but that was after they visited my Dad (a veterinarian.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadQuilter
    peed on the bed while we were gone camping. The little turd punished us for leaving him in the house...

    In case you ever need to take out "kitty juice" - Nature's Miracle does the trick.
    'little turd' :lol: :lol: is that his pedigree name???

    Kitty juice? ewwww thats funny.

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    My Rusty boy would leave "presents" at the front door while we were gone. Then when we'd come home and open the door......schmeer, all along the floor and the underside of the door. Silly boy! He ruled the house and everyone knew it. That was MY boy!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    My Rusty boy would leave "presents" at the front door while we were gone. Then when we'd come home and open the door......schmeer, all along the floor and the underside of the door. Silly boy! He ruled the house and everyone knew it. That was MY boy!!!
    He did it there hoping someone would step in it and slide, right. LOL I have always said don't call them "dumb" animals.

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    Oh boy, now I wonder if i'm in for it when the boat goes in the water. YIKES

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    Oh, Martina, I have to say I got a good laugh out of your post. Especially about the side of the bed that was "used". Our old orange tabby usually just leaves wonderful little poop presents on the dog bed when we leave him too long.

    Many years ago, my sister had a cat constantly pee into the burners on her stove! The vet put her (the cat, not my sister :lol: ) on valium and that helped. The vet said the cat was acting out because of a new kitten in the household.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducky
    Many years ago, my sister had a cat constantly pee into the burners on her stove! The vet put her (the cat, not my sister :lol: ) on valium and that helped.
    LOL Mr. Bean knows that the kitchen is off limits and when he wants our attention he jumps LOUDLY on the counter. (Amazing how much noise 8 pounds of cat can make.) If he keeps it up, I'll go for the Valium - that way I don't care what he does. :wink:

    It's funny, but he does not mess with me. "Dad" on the other hand is well trained and does the kittie's bidding.

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