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Joffrey

Have any of you noticed this strange phenomenon?

My human uses a stone litterbox filled entirely with WATER!

Alvin and I cannot figure this out. We are quite alarmed for the poor dear. Our best theory is that she has a limited supply of proper litter, and has chosen (rightly, of course) to save it for our use.

She seems to have adapted well, though. It's a curious site, seeing her pathetically crouched over the receptacle--I can't seem to get enough of observing her. And the ritual of the crumbling paper is quite something. It's almost as though she must include some element that reminds her of her MASTERS in even this most humble aspect of her life.

What joy, too, the day I discovered the further revelation--that her waterbox (?), after her scat and scent have been expelled, quickly converts into a luxurious, ever-flowing fountain for Alvin's and my refreshment.

She's quite the wonder, this slave of ours.

Joffrey

purrss Joffrey

Yes humans have some odd habits don't they? Although I know some cats that also share this particular habit. Sylvester is one friend of ours who also uses the humans waterbox instead of his litterbox. In fact he no longer has a litterbox anymore! He squats over the pan balancing himself on the rim around the edge and does his business. Very odd he looks too. He swears by it and says it keeps the house nice and fresh and means he doesn't get litter all over his paws.

puurrss Sass and the gang

   


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