Cats • Page 6

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by oldjersey, Nov 20, 2018.

  1. Carmen SD


    I found my treats at target. And pretty sure chewy sells them too. Luckily my cat hasn't ripped open treat bags yet, but has made small rips and tears in them haha
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  2. RyanPm40

    The Torment of Existence Supporter

    I used to get one of those giant bags of diet iams for my cat and it definitely lasted awhile and was pretty affordable if I'm remembering correctly. I've been feeding her just wet food the last couple years at the suggestion of my vet, which probably runs us about $25 a month
  3. Carmen SD


    That’s not too bad. I think my cat goes through a bag (not sure how many lbs) within a month and I don’t mind spending like $30 a month for better quality, but when I saw some brands are like $50, then that’s too much for my budget. My cat also gets .25-.5 can 3oz wet food (blue buffalo healthy gourmet and natural balance platefulls package) occasionally with the dry food.
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  4. RyanPm40

    The Torment of Existence Supporter

    Does anyone elses cat loudly chew on plastic bags and plants when they don't get their way? Mine is such a brat trying to get me to feed her haha
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    What a great feeling. I have an all black one! Poe! He's about 4 months old
  6. Argus

    Of sugar and ice I am made

    I got my cats some Churu treats for the first time ever, and results were mixed. My male cat is incredibly picky (he only likes regular Fancy Feast, and only the seafood pate varieties), and he sniffed it a few times and then walked away. My female cat wouldn't eat it out of the package like all of the cats do on Instagram, so I squeezed it onto a plate for her, and that did the trick.
  7. Fucking Dustin

    #forthmeal Prestigious

    We got our cat catnip for the first time and wow it's a game changer
  8. RyanPm40

    The Torment of Existence Supporter

    Love watching my cat spaz out from it lol she just sprints around the apartment at full speed and gets this crazy look in her eyes lmao.

    We got one of those catnip filled scratching pads on the floor and she loves it. Seems to keep her from scratching the couch now
  9. SmithBerryCrunch

    Trusted Prestigious

    Gave my cats a stuffed toy that had catnip in it. They ripped it open last night and it was chaos.
  10. My older cat Hamlet doesn't react to cat nip really, but Poe, who is around 4 months old, is a fucking savage on that stuff. I think i'm gonna pick up some for him today! Quite entertaining.
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  11. Argus

    Of sugar and ice I am made

    Both of my cats are fans of catnip, but my male cat has some serious issues. I got them a toy that was basically a catnip-filled scratch pad that you hang from a doorknob, and he would constantly try to rip it open to get the nip out. This would involve latching on with all four paws and hanging upside down. This eventually resulted in my door handle actually coming off entirely.
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  12. I got catnip spray, anyone ever use that?
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  13. jorbjorb


    :heart: Love him :heart:
  14. supernovagirl

    Poetic and noble land mermaid

    You sure can tell cait is an English teacher
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  16. mercury

    modern-day offspring fanatic Supporter

    Currently on vacation and missing this lil guy. :heart:

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  17. RyanPm40

    The Torment of Existence Supporter

    I see this was posted on Wednesday so I'm guessing you already tried it :P.

    But I have used it in the past, and I learned that with my cat, the sound of a spray can scares the shit out of her so I can't spray it anywhere near her, and it doesn't seem to be quite as effective as regular catnip (but far less messy). Of course every cat is different, I'm curious what your experience ended up being!

    I will say.. one stupid mistake I made in the past is that we had this pheromone spray to detract cats from scratching certain surfaces (didn't work) and.. the can looked VERY similar to the catnip spray. I'm sure you can imagine how that backfired on us lmao.
  18. It didn't seem to be too effective. I got it for 97 cents at walmart so I didn't invest too much hope into it. I'm confused as to how other cat nip works though, the kind that looks like weed? Do I just lay it on the ground for them??
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  19. RyanPm40

    The Torment of Existence Supporter

    Haha yep! I can sprinkle some directly on the floor and my cat will just body slam on top of it and roll around on it for 30 seconds until she's covered in it lol. From there, she's just in attack mode, sprinting around the house and playing with everything.

    I also found a little stuffed mouse with velcro that you can pour some catnip into to make things less messy, but mine will still sometimes rip the velcro open.
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  20. Copy that, getting some ASAP.
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  22. Jake W

    oh my god, I'm back on my bullshit Prestigious

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  23. supernovagirl

    Poetic and noble land mermaid

    This oldie but goodie of me and my boy showed up on my timehop today

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  24. RyanPm40

    The Torment of Existence Supporter

    Omg Fresh Steps is seriously the worst "clumping" litter I've ever used. Just soaked litter with no clumping whatsoever, I highly recommend against it if anyone's looking lol

    Scoop Away works incredibly well, though.