Cats can be so annoying?
February 14, 2007 4:41pm CST
My cats are really getting on my nerves today. One took my soda and the other one nocked all the clothes I was folding on the floor. I could just scream. Right about know I am liking my husbands dog more. Does anyone elses cat do things like this?
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14 Feb 07
How old is your cat? Mine will be a year in April and she does exactly that!! She hides my wash clothes when i'm doing the laundry - once in a while i'll see her walk by with a rag in her mouth. If she sees a cup on the table her nosy self has to put her paw in it and knock it over. Its cat nosiness. :)
15 Feb 07
the only thing i find annoying about my 10 month kitten is when he's hungry and i've JUST fed him, and he walks figure eights around my legs and make sme trip and fall. But knocking over things, especially young cats knocking things over, is normal behaviour. If your cats are around breakables you can teach them not to get onto your furniture or table tops by spraying them witha spray bottle. My cat is always getting into things. He's fallen into the bath tub (while i was in it) several times!! I thought this was hillarious and just wrapped him in a towel and dried him off. He knocked all the clothes i was folding off my bed today, and i was slightly annoyed, but i can only stay annoyed at my cat for about two minutes and then i feel bad for yelling at him. My cat likes to eat paper, and i'm so afraid he's going to swallow it and not be able to pass it through his system. Does your cats eat wierd things, like paper, magazines and plastic bags? also cats knock things over, sometimes to get a reaction from you, and sometimes because they want your attentiona nd that is the only way they know how to get it.
15 Feb 07
My cats drive me crazy sometimes too! We have two of them, and they're fully grown on the outside but bigtime kittens on the inside!!! They will knock over any glass of liquid that's left anywhere, I have no idea why. I've seen them do it, they just get their paws in and pull! They will run away right after doing it though, so it's not like they really gain anything from it! Yesterday we came home to a clothes horse full of drying clothes knocked over and thus still wet.