your in big trouble mister!
February 17, 2009 6:31pm CST
Well I have to say that I am not very happy with my cat today. Last night my husband and I were sitting in bed watching a movie after our sick children finally fell alseep. It had only been a few minutes into the movie when we heard a loud crash come from the living room. The first thing I thought was that my cat had knocked down our tv and I went running. It's a good thing that I got downstairs as fast as I did, turns out it wasn't the tv. It was my fish tank. I was furious. I have a fighting fish and he is beautiful, I have him in a spacious tank because I hate the little cups they leave them in at the pet stores. Anyway, the poor fish was flopping around on the floor amid his destroyed tank. I quickly scooped him up and put him up in a temp home. I then went about cleaning up the broken pieces the plants and the rock that all go in the tank. Needless to say I wasn't able to get all the water out of the carpet so I left some towels to soak up the mess and fixed up my fish for the night. I also made certain that my cat, his food and his treats spent the night in the basement. I have his bed and most of his toys down there and truthfull he likes to spend most of his time down there but I always feel bad about leaving him downstairs at night. Do you think I am being mean? What would you do? Please keep in mind that my cat is very inteligent and has opened things that no one thought he could.
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18 Feb 09
I think what you did was right. Pets are like people they need to be desciplined at times so that they know that what they did was wrong. If what you say is true, I think your cat will learn from his mistake. Please do not hesitate to teach your pet lessons that she or he has to learn. Show your pet whose the boss.