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Fresh Step Hurray!!!

Valerie DurhamValerie Durham Member Posts: 8,724
edited 16 May, 2010 in Who's Feeling Silly
Umm...after at least a year, why are the same cats still lined up? Just wondering...


  • Valerie DurhamValerie Durham Member Posts: 8,724
    edited 15 May, 2010
    Lined up to use the toilet, I should add. I finally found Fresh Step in Japan, but it had a "fragrance" (there may be non-odor versions, but not here). Some of my crew refused to use it. Lamont, who seems to be not the sharpest pencil in the box (that doesn't mean I love him any less than the others) ATE IT. Yes, this is a silly post, hence the choice of Forum. And thanks to Catster for providing us with a silly forum. Sometimes we need it. Laughter is the best medicine.
  • Stephanie JohnsonStephanie Johnson Member Posts: 556
    edited 15 May, 2010
    Lamont! :-O :)) I don\'t think it\'s good to eat your litter! So they won\'t use the scented kind, huh? Have you tried mixing in some baking soda? Not sure if that would help neutralize the stuff or not? :?
  • Valerie DurhamValerie Durham Member Posts: 8,724
    edited 16 May, 2010
    Lamont is still alive a month after eating the kitty litter, so I don't think he's about to conk out now. They say you shouldn't use clumping litter with kittens, but he was around 5 months old when this occurred, and his siblings did not eat the litter. Obviously, I got rid of the stuff after I found Lamont chowing down on it. Lamont has always been a bit slower to develop than his brothers and sisters. He's a sweetie, though.
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