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putting things in the litterbox

Lynda Van EttenLynda Van Etten Menands, NYMember Posts: 707
edited 9 December, 2010 in Behavior & Training
I have a habit of putting things in my litterbox. Things like my toys, or clothes (if mama leaves them too close). Mama cleans my litterbox efury day but is wondering if ofur kitties put things in their litterboxes too? BTW I do use my litterbox all the time and mama always removes things she finds immediately upon seeing them.

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  • ALLEYCATANGELALLEYCATANGEL Member Posts: 536 ✭✭
    edited 9 December, 2010
    Hey that is an ideal:-k none of us have ever tried that one, we do like to watch water go round and round when mom flushes the tolit and we love to knock stuff of the counters and if it falls into water......well sorry we never put stuff in our litter boxes hope someone else can help with that one.
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