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All About Litter / Re: Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« Last post by Pookie on February 18, 2019, 09:46:55 PM »
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I didn't see a lot of litter coming out on her feet.  And the pee clumped INSTANTLY.  I think I've found my replacement litter.

multistars multistars multistars  thumbsup1  :)
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All About Litter / Re: Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« Last post by Middle Child on February 18, 2019, 06:15:44 PM »
Thanks Lola.  I do remember you always go back to the Precious Cat Ultra.  Pookie, it's about the same as what I was paying for Cat's Pride natural clumping clay.

I did litter boxes today.  Usually I only have to change out boxes once a month, but with the one box having that light crap in it, it only lasted 2 weeks.  The other box was a bit longer than a month, but the Cat's Pride Natural I was using (that has been discontinued) was always okay even at 5-6 weeks (except for during Jennie's illness)

Anyway so today the end result is one box with Cat's Pride (the kind I like, I have about a month's worth left) one box with the Precious Cat Ultra, and the usual one box with SmartCat grass litter.  That box never needs changing out.  Queen Eva is the only one who uses it, and only a few times a week, pee only. It scoops out cleanly, leaving no broken clump bits, no residue on the box, and no odor.  I haven't dumped it in years.

First user (I didn't see her) was Queen Eva and she used the Cat's Pride. I know it was hers because of size and location of clump.  I don't know if she investigated the Precious Cat Ultra first or not.  There were paw prints in it but they have to walk through one to get to the other, so that doesn't mean much. It didn't look like she dug around in it at all so maybe she didn't even notice it was different.

Mazy cat as usual requested my attendance on her trip down.  She jumped up and used the Precious Cat box.  she didn't seem to notice the litter was different.  She pawed at it once, squatted, peed, got out and turned around and half buried the pee, and hopped down.

I didn't see a lot of litter coming out on her feet.  And the pee clumped INSTANTLY.  I think I've found my replacement litter.

But boy that stuff is heavy once it's wet.
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Memorial & Support / Re: Jennie Jennie 4/2006- 1/28/19
« Last post by Pookie on February 18, 2019, 10:27:41 AM »
Wow, talk about "singing for your supper!"  Somebody sure loved feeding time!

Thanks for sharing.   Hug1
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Memorial & Support / Jennie's Song and Dance!
« Last post by Middle Child on February 18, 2019, 09:11:12 AM »
I found one!  A short clip of Jennie's Supper Song and Dance.  Sadly, you can't really hear her singing, my camera doesn't pick up sound well (except for my own voice behind the camera) but rest assured she is singing as she dances.



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Cat Chatter / Re: Queen Eva has Taken Over The Bed
« Last post by Pookie on February 17, 2019, 01:19:56 PM »
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Cat Chatter / Re: Queen Eva has Taken Over The Bed
« Last post by Middle Child on February 17, 2019, 09:05:29 AM »
This morning I was not fast enough making the bed for Queen Eva. Queen Eva sat on the back of the couch (which is also un-made, because of a bad night) and every time I looked her way she trilled, jumped down and ran to the bed and sat on the edge still trilling. 

This went on for quite some time as I had a bad night and it took a couple of cups of coffee and almost 2 hours for me to work up the energy to make the bed.

I have now made the bed to her specifications and given her a Game and she is in there singing to her heart's content.  I better fix all the couch blankies and beds before she starts hollering about that too.
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Cat Chatter / Re: Queen Eva has Taken Over The Bed
« Last post by Pookie on February 16, 2019, 10:10:18 PM »
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But judging by Queen Eva's behavior now, it WAS Jennie's, and as of last weekend the bed has unequivocally become HERS.

Well, she IS the Queen.   queencc
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General Discussion / Re: CBD Oil - THC Free
« Last post by Pookie on February 16, 2019, 10:01:58 PM »
Funny you should mention CBD.  My mother was asking me about it as she's thinking of using it to treat her back pain (scoliosis).  I don't know much about it and keep thinking it's the same as marijuana, but I did do a little researching and while both are in the cannabis family, they are different.  Kind of like foxes and coyotes are both in the canine family, but different.

I'd like to research it more, but I'll also be very interested to hear your experiences with it.  I hope it helps you, and thanks for sharing!
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GENERAL CAT CARE / Re: Natural Remedy For Regulating Bowel Movement
« Last post by Pookie on February 16, 2019, 09:58:02 PM »
Interesting!  Just out of curiosity, had you tried slippery elm (and it didn't work)?
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All About Litter / Re: Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« Last post by Pookie on February 16, 2019, 09:54:29 PM »
Thanks for the information, Lola!  Maybe someday, if/when I have a kitty again, I'll give it a try.  Is it expensive compared to other litters?  (I haven't bought litter is several years, so I have no idea anymore).
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