That reminds me, Spencer is having some behavioral problems I can use some input on. I've been trying to make him an indoor cat. He's an indoor\outdoor cat but I want that changed for various reasons. We (mom and I) bought an electronic dog door that will only open for the dog so once Spencer comes back in, we're going to turn it on. That's where the problems come in. Whenever I try to keep him in Spencer throws massive tantrums. He pees on the kitchen floor and if I put him next to the litterbox, he'll stare at it and then me and then proceed to pee right in front of it. I've tried placing in him in a litterbox in a different location and even tried changing the litter, but it won't work. I guess some people would say that cats don't do these things on purpose, I think they do. Cats are smart and when you see a cat peeing on your bed looking at you straight in the face, well, you can't say he did that by accident! Anyway, is there any way I can curb this behavior and do you have any tips for turning him into an indoor kitty?
Not only is Zoe hogging the cat scratcher but she also took Minerva's furry toy!
I actually just replaced my old cat tree but before I was able to get it, Minerva got her kicks with these posts.
Our elderly cat Mystery coming to check out what all the ruckus is about.
She's growing so rapidly! Soon she'll be bigger then Zoe (not Spencer though, he's a jumbo)
This photo is very off center. I basically took this without looking but I thought it came out nice, shows her beauty.
Minerva checking out the cat food box my mother gave her.
There's catnip in that scratcher ;)
Minerva thinks she's being stealthy, Mystery isn't fooled.
Awww. Zoe's been really good since meeting Minerva. She'll whack her once in awhile and throw in the occasional hiss but she's been very tolerant. She makes sure I give her plenty of head strokes though, she has to be reassured :)
Sorry if the order of these photos is weird, I was flipping back and forth between the albums :)