She Wants to Go Inside when It Rains

Philippines
July 27, 2017 5:29pm CST
My pet cat always wakes me up even at unholy hours of the night especially when it is raining. Maybe she feels so cold at her sleeping place at the back of our house, though I made it so comfortable for her. She will not get wet there even if it rains so hard. We do not want her inside the house because once we let her in, she pooped in one of the rooms and it took us so long to find out where the obnoxious odor came from. My husband was so angry because he got tired cleaning up the mess and the smell was so persistent, we had to pour lots of alcohol in that area to remove the bad smell. Do you allow your cats inside the house?
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@Lucky15 (31528)
• Philippines
27 Jul
no for the same reason ;/
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@mandala100 (15942)
• Hong Kong
27 Jul
@acelawrites Maybe that cat is afraid of rain my friend. Sorry my friend we don't have any cat.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
Maybe it is afraid and feeling cold.
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@mandala100 (15942)
• Hong Kong
28 Jul
@acelawrites Yes my friend from the looks of it. See ya.
@salonga (27753)
• Philippines
28 Jul
I have allergies with cats so no cats for a pet. We have dogs, or watch dogs so they stay outside and stay in garage most of the time which is well covered. No they are not allowed to enter our house.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
That was my mistake! I wanted to hug it so it got that habit of being allowed inside.
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@cahaya1983 (5986)
• Malaysia
28 Jul
I don't have pets, but at my parents' they had to do the same thing because the cats did their business inside the house.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
Yes and it smell so bad.
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@sol_cee (11225)
• Japan
28 Jul
Maybe she needs human warmth.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
Yes she might be feeling so cold.
@Corbin5 (64592)
• United States
28 Jul
All cats in our Chicago suburb, and dogs, cannot run free outdoors to protect them from being hit by cars, disease, becoming lost, and coyotes or any other critters that may want to harm them.. Cats and dogs can go outside of their yards only if they are on leash, according to the laws here. We used a little box for our cat indoor cat Missy.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
It was a feral cat that I adopted.So it adopted that habit of letting in of the house.
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@JudyEv (88027)
• Bunbury, Australia
29 Jul
We used to when we had a cat but she would let us know when she wanted to go out. I know it's a horrible smell.
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• Philippines
30 Jul
I just take her out after feeding her so she could do her business outside. Our house has screen doors so it is hard to train her to go out when she needs to.
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@JudyEv (88027)
• Bunbury, Australia
1 Aug
@acelawrites Ours would miaow at the door so we'd know she needed to go out.
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• Philippines
1 Aug
@JudyEv that's good, she gives a warning call.
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@Nawsheen (22916)
• Mauritius
28 Jul
My cats stay in the house instead and when it comes to pooping we have trained them
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• Philippines
28 Jul
I should had trained it.
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@nanette64 (11221)
• Fairfield, Texas
28 Jul
@acelawrites It's never too late no matter what the age.
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• Philippines
30 Jul
@nanette64 thanks, so good to know she can still be trained. i'll do it.
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@dollaboy (6401)
28 Jul
Nope Because i don't have any and i guess its good to settle them outside the house
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• Philippines
28 Jul
I provided it with a good place to stay where he will not get wet or be cold.Thanks.
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@dollaboy (6401)
28 Jul
@acelawrites That's so kind of you
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@Shavkat (42382)
• Philippines
28 Jul
My Rose stays at home. No worries to the poop concern. She was trained to defecate in the toilet.
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• Philippines
30 Jul
That's so nice, your cat is well-trained.
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@Shavkat (42382)
• Philippines
1 Aug
@acelawrites My mother trained her.
@Deepizzaguy (6017)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
28 Jul
Due to being in a rental property, my dog and cats are indoor animals.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
At least they were trained on toilet habits?
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
28 Jul
@acelawrites The cats have their own toilets, the dog has to go outside and I have to watch her that she does not get into a fight with the next door neighbors.
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@nanette64 (11221)
• Fairfield, Texas
28 Jul
I have 13 indoor cats @acelawrites . Every one of them use the litter boxes. It's easy to teach them to use a litter box. You take some of their poop; put it in the box; take the cat into the box and have them smell their poop and then take their paw and cover the poop up.
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• Philippines
30 Jul
Oh, thanks for this advice. I'll do it.
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@thelme55 (8705)
• Germany
28 Jul
I have no cat. Maybe you can train the cat where to do his or her business.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
I just take it out after being inside the house for sometime.
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@prashu228 (15993)
• India
28 Jul
I don't have pets. You can train the cat if possible , that would be easy
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• Philippines
6h
Sorry but that kitty is better off outside if she's going to poop anywhere she wanted. It's best if you buy her a cat litter @acelawrites
@SHOHANA (3805)
• Bangladesh
12 Aug
once i had a pet cat and I allowed it in my bed also. My cat was adorable n it can make you feel love to it
@Claire_ut (215)
• United States
4 Aug
Why don't you guys use cat litters?Why do you keep your cat at your backyark?I keep my cat in my house.