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Started by eigen, May 17, 2019, 02:24:47 PM
Quote from: tuxedo_cat on January 16, 2009, 07:12:00 AMI am opening this thread to invite others to post miscellaneous cat inquiries, if only to address the "cat gravity" phenomenon on the fora: the inexplicable power of cats to draw various threads inexorably towards discussion of them. Even if we started by discussing grading rubrics or home mortgages.So, my two questions of the day: one of the things that makes Dangercat dangerous is . . . well, to put it kindly, her size. She's almost ten, and I don't want her to suffer some of the health problems that will follow from this problem -- diabetes especially. This is not a cat that would put up with a needle, so diabetes would be the end of her. Other than feeding her less, or feeding her that "diet" cat food -- neither of which has had any any effect -- what do people do? I live in an apt. building, so having her get exercise outdoors is not a possibility. Efforts to get her to play with me are largely ignored. I could chase her with the water bottle, but that would seem kind of mean.Second ques: I did have one of those laser toys, and that was pretty good to get her moving, but it fell apart after a week. Any type/brand the rest of you would like to recommend?TCat
Quote from: CaracalActually reading posts before responding to them seems to be a problem for a number of people on here...
Quote from: citrine on May 18, 2019, 06:56:12 AMAgility, perhaps?
Quote from: mamselle on May 18, 2019, 01:50:50 PMCats have to be trained for agility?I can't jump up to a counter 10 times my height from a standing squat.Anytime they let us "train" them, you should be aware they're just humoring us, you know...M.