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Cats and a Clean Home > Do you decorate around the cat furniture?

Mickey

The Wild One
 
 
Purred: Thu Jan 20, '11 6:41am PST 
Yes, I have to move the huge cat tree onto the screened porch to make room for the tree. It is left out there between 3 weeks to a month. They still have access to the tree, but they like to hang out with me, so they do like the cat tree in the house. They love to lie under the Christmas tree, though, and when the packages are put under the tree, they lie or sit on the packages and chew the ribbons and bows. It does seem when the cat tree is moved back in place they use it more and seem very happy to get it back, so It is kind of a "new adventure" for them for several days. There are many things I do not do in the way of decorations because of my cats, but I am getting older, and my cats are important to me, so many things in my house are geared for their comfort, fun and lifestyle.
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Cats and a Clean Home > Do you decorate around the cat furniture?
Mickey

The Wild One
 
 
Purred: Thu Jan 20, '11 6:40am PST 
Yes, I have to move the huge cat tree onto the screened porch to make room for the tree. It is left out there between 3 weeks to a month. They still have access to the tree, but they like to hang out with me, so they do like the cat tree in the house. They love to lie under the Christmas tree, though, and when the packages are put under the tree, they lie or sit on the packages and chew the ribbons and bows. It does seem when the cat tree is moved back in place they use it more and seem very happy to get it back, so It is kind of a "new adventure" for them for several days. There are many things I do not do in the way of decorations because of my cats, but I am getting older, and my cats are important to me, so many things in my house are geared for their comfort, fun and lifestyle.
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Food & Nutrition > Catit or drinkwell fountain?

Mickey

The Wild One
 
 
Purred: Sun Jan 6, '08 12:37pm PST 
I love the Drinkwell Fountain. Although I am only 7 months old, my cat sibs up to age 18 have been using this type of fountain for years and years. Most of us like to drink from the flowing part, but sometimes we will drink out of the bottom where the water settles. You can't go wrong with a Drinkwell Fountain, I guar-an-tee ya!
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Food & Nutrition > Catit or drinkwell fountain?

Mickey

The Wild One
 
 
Purred: Sun Jan 6, '08 12:37pm PST 
I love the Drinkwell Fountain. Although I am only 7 months old, my cat sibs up to age 18 have been using this type of fountain for years and years. Most of us like to drink from the flowing part, but sometimes we will drink out of the bottom where the water settles. You can't go wrong with a Drinkwell Fountain, I guar-an-tee ya!
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