Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Phaeton, 8 Jun 2019.
I saw my aunt wash her Burmese cats in the sink. They were both too surprised to protest.
That's the sanity clause and only kids believe in that.
Funnily enough, my younger son has always bathed his cats, they don't cause any bloodshed that I'm aware of. Bloomin' miracle, if you ask me!
This is the most effective option (not bothered about the humane traps myself) we stopped issues with mice altogether by blocking a small gap with wire wool. This was some years ago no mice since.
Edit - not cat either I am allergic (well that's my story anyway)
Maybe the cat is from the 21st century and isnt sure what or where a pantry is.
Did the cat understand what it was signing?
Find where they're getting in, broken air vent or even an unbroken one with the holes too big, they only need a tiny gap.
The cat is probably getting too old for chasing mice. Get a younger model.
Hope you provide milk with the cereal. (Gotta look after the mice)
Don't be silly...……. a cat couldn't fit through an air brick
I used to have a cat who was very clever. She would play football using a ping pong ball and pass it back to me, and always seemed to plotting & scheming. I blamed it on the fact she would catch mice, and just eat their heads, purely to get their brains.
When I was a kid we had a cat that would eat the head and leave the arse half lying in the middle of the floor.
One of ours caught two mice last night and had a fight with her "sister" and was left with a cut nose. Storming night all round.
Why on earth would anyone bathe their cat?
I appreciate that exceptionally you might need to clean tar, paint oil or whatever off a cat, but the accounts above suggest a regular bathing
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