Monday, April 30, 2012

My humblest apologies, princess

As I was scooping out a tiny handful of BP tonight, what to my wondering hands should appear but a cat turd. :headdesk: I strongly suspect that if I buy a new bag of beet pulp and put the lid on it so the cats can't get in she'll go back to eating it. Why, cats? There's a whole acre of delightful sand. Why?

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  1. One turd means maybe one pint of urine.

    Poor Dix...

    Bill

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  2. She told you so!!

    I always suspect that there are no mistakes with cats...

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    1. That's what my husband says, but I really don't think The Fluffy One can plan that far ahead. Jabber might be out to get me/Dixie, but Banders... things just happen without any cause or effect.

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  3. I had to laugh. Damn cats!!!

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  4. What a fantastic place to poop. If I was a cat, it'd be my first choice. I have a cat who decided for a while he really like pooping in the bathroom sink...

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  5. My question is, "Did it effectively absorb the odor?" You may be on to a new form of kitty litter LOL!

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  6. Yuck! I hope Dixie isn't permanently traumatized, I know I would be! The next good beet pulp mash better be extra yummy to make up for it!

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  7. Well, they're kind of shaped like bedding pellets! And absorbent too :0

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  8. Dixie knows just how evil cats are!

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  9. Ewww... cats. Hopefully you didn't unknowingly feed Dixie any extra flavored beet pulp. That might be enough for her to be irritated at you for a while.

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  10. Poor Dixie! My damn cat decided the tub of rabbit pellets was the ideal place to crap...poor bunnies..no wonder they weren't eating! Put a lid on it!

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  11. Well, I assume the cats were saying that BP smells like poo... I am glad mine haven't done that! Oh, wait! George did that to a soaking bucket of beet pulp a couple weeks before he passed. Never mind. Mine has done that. Ewwwww!

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  12. And you thought Dixie was being a drama queen... LOL

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  13. I have one that shits just outside the litter tray simply because he can. Nice creatures.

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  14. Bill and I had just talked about the use of either beet pulp or wood pellets as cat litter replacer. Our vet's dad says they use wood pellets as bedding in the horse trailer when traveling. They buy a couple bags, cut them open and fill with water. They turn into really nice shredded bedding - and it will still absorb more urine while on the road. Great idea. You and Dixie should give it a try.
    Bionic Cowgirl

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  15. Can't say as I blame her for turning her nose up at that, lol!

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  16. LOL, your posts always make me laugh. Seriously though good for dixie for protesting!

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