Thursday, January 8, 2009

The Fit

Okay cat lovers, what am I suppose to do. Baby has been a inside cat for almost two years this morning he decided he wants to go out the door, after he could not get out he lays down and throw a little fit, any ideas on what to do?

10 comments:

  1. Did you like it outside?! Or did you not make it?

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  2. LUCKYLADY9:09 AM

    I am afraid to let him out

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  3. Keep him in. gandalf and grayson were insde cats the first 2 years I had them, mostly because I lived in a city and there was way too much traffic even in our sub-division.

    When I moved to the country I let them out, and they love it, but I wish I never did. They never leave the perimeter of the house, but even though our neighborhood is very very quiet, I never stop worrying. They've been injured several times by a tom cat that seems to like invading our yard and attacking them.

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  4. I am an inside kitty. Momma takes me out for walks sometimes on my kitty lead, but never ever without it and without supervision and only sometimes a cause she does not want me to get used to it.
    I have never seen a man cat do that before.. has he still got his man bits? If he has that is prolly why such a hissy fit.. if not.. I do not know what to suggest.. but we here think kitty should be inside, there are too many dangers out there for us :)

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  5. My two cats are inside cats. I never let them out as where I am so close to a busy road. Haimish my oldest sometimes would like to see what is past the Apartment Door. Alexander being a Street Boy I think appreciates being in, he is happy just looking out his favorite window.

    I wouldn't let Baby out, he is just wondering what is on the other side of the door. Maybe with his Cat's Ears he heard something that needed to be investigated. Cats are a Curious Beast.

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  6. I agree! Don't let Baby out! We have seen and heard about bad things peoples do to outside kitties! Especially if they have lived inside so long.

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  7. I guess you can let it out but make sure you never leave your eyes off him... :)

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  8. LUCKYLADY6:49 PM

    he has been fixed I guess he just got curious but he did not get his way no out side for him unless I get a leash

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  9. We're with the others, kitties are much safer when they're in.

    If you have a place to do it, some sort of enclosure or enclosed porch might be a reasonable compromise, if Baby keeps insisting.

    A Baby might like a stroller if nothing else will satisfy him.

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  10. I had a cat that lived inside for ten years. Every so often she would just disappear, usually when someone was visiting and did not shut the door. She was solid white longhair kitty and when she came home, she would be full of stickers, her eyes would be all boogered up and she would sleep for a week.

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