Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Are We Getting a Woofie?

Are We Getting a Woofie?

I don't look pleased, do I? Do you want to know what the airplane ears are for? Do you? There's something going on in the condo and I don't like it. I think Pop and TW are plotting against me. Whenever they come home from shopping, I always ax if they brought me anything. They came home from shopping and wait till you see what TW proudly plopped in front of me! Please don't tell me we're getting a woofie! Oh no!

On one paw, I'd have someone other than the peeps to boss around and beat up. On the other paw, I don't want anyone else here. Our condo isn't big enough for us. It can barely hold the four of us—me, Pop, and TW makes four. OK, that was an old joke but a good one.

Are We Getting a Woofie?


CK: What the Hell-O Kitty is this, Woman! Why do we need these? Did your Depends let you down? A little something for your little "leakage" problem?

TW: You know why we bought these.

CK: What TW? You've got to be kidding me!!!

33 comments:

  1. Keisha! Yep, puppy pee pads are saving our lives around Eastside Cats! No woodwork or carpet is damaged when some kitty lifts his rear-end up high when going #1! Tell your peeps that the blue painters tape works for us, and it doesn't damage the walls too much. Good luck!

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  2. Hey, whatever works. My human brings them on the road with me, and uses them as litter mats when she sets up my box in the bathroom.

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  3. Ha ha ha ha ha! You just crack me up, CK! Cows Butt WY--as if! Well, at least you're not getting a woofie ;-)

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  4. It could be worse - it could be a woofie. MOL!

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  5. You kind of lucked out, CK. They could have brought home those puppy pads AND a woofie!

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  6. We had some of those and I read ther instructions, it says puppy not included CK!

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  7. Are you sure you don't want a woofie, CK? Angel Rosie used to use pups as punching bags. She always said it was quite fun.

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  8. Oh CK, a woofie?! I understand your concerns. There is one if my house, granted she's an old one. Tell your human that the woofie will bark, slobber, drool and try to eat you at of house and home. Mine has an odor, too, and sheds. Maybe TW & your pop could get you a bunny instead - nice and quiet, cute and fluffy, litter box trainable, prey to kitties. Tee hee hee! -Valentine (& Mom) of Noir Kitty Mews

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  9. Well that was a CLOSE call! ; )
    Phew!

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  10. OMC, CK. I'm laffing my floofy tail off here. Uh...not cuz you missed the box once (or twice or...) Kitty Depends. Maybe you can be a spokes-purrrson!

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  11. We actually made our own reusable pee pads. :-)

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  12. Phew, looks like no woofies are coming to your condo after all :-)
    Hope those pads will help!

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  13. You had me worried for a minute, but probably not as worried as you were.

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  14. Woffies? say it aint so! Ok, I read the other post, whew! Hope they send those to that other TW so she can help her kitty....
    Know what's funny? Piper, the BIG kitty we just adopted for/to my mom has a little problem in that area. She always goes in the box, but she's such a big kitty that her rear sticks out over the end and her ...um, product winds up on the floor behind it! We're going to make her a little box like ours, a big plastic tub with a side entrance cut into it. The tall ends should keep her production under control, fingers and paws crossed!

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  15. Uh Oh, is there a purroblem we should be worried 'bout? Ya' know CK, we have those too. Mommy puts them 'round da pawdee boxes to ketch any mishaps, and so we will throw up on them. 'Course dat ain't happenin', but wishful thinkin', right? MOL She also uses them fur her wet feetsies when she gets outta da shower. So ya' know, they may not be all bad. Big hugs

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Raena

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  16. CK, your Mom deserves the back of disrespect...big time!! Love, Cody catchatwithcarenandcody

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  17. Better the pads than the woofie, right ? Purrs

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  18. Put your paw down, CK, and make sure they know the house is yours and you make the rules about who can and cannot live in it! ;)

    At the end with Jewel, she couldn't make it to the box, so we got some of those pads to put down. They were helpful.

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  19. ck...ya noe....thiz iz az bad if TW ore popz had bringed a bass terd chckn ore turkee inta de houz...faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    ☺☺♥♥

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  20. How embarrassing. Even Lily at 18 never misses the box. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy

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  21. You do not look happy at all. Glad it was only woofie pads and not a woofie.
    Yael from PlayingInCatnip.com

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  22. If TW needs those her Depends are definitely failing her! MOL!!! CK, if I were you I would be very insulted.

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  23. OMC, CK! They're bringing in the big guns to take care of the problem.

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  24. We have these too because some kitties pee over the edge. :) XO

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  25. That look on your face says it all, CK! Surely the humans are just blaming you for some problem that they created. Manna has a similar problem and she says that it is because we are not creating the litter box experience for her that she deserves. At least it isn't really a woofie.
    -Purrs from your friends at www.PlayfulKitty.net

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  26. We have those at our house, and they're not for our dogs (well, they were last year when our senior girl, Suki, was having trouble but she's since left for the Rainbow Bridge). Now I use them for our senior kitty, Moko. Moko is a hyperthyroid kitty and she's been having issues with the treatment and sometimes just not feeling good. She likes to spend most of her time on the very top of the cat tree, and for a while had started peeing on the tree. I set up a small litter box actually on the tree, one level down for her. I first found a flat cardboard box that fit the litter box. I covered the cardboard box with heavy duty plastic bags and used a staple gun to attach it to the tree. The litter box sits in it, but Moko sometimes keeps her butt too high and has peed outside the litter box. Now I line the cardboard box with the pee pad and if she misses, that will typically pick it up.

    We do also have three Treeing Walker Coonhounds. They, and our three cats, are all rescues. They all get along beautifully, and in fact, Moko likes the dogs better than the other cats!

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  27. Aww little one! At least your house isn't going to be taken over by a woofie!

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  28. Uh oh! We're sure they wouldn't invade your home with woofies! Would they?

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  29. well now that is just not necessary CK. Shame on TW for dropping those in front of you so's to embarrass you. haruummmpf! Come on over here, our three boxes all have covers so we never go outside the box

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  30. you had us going with that headline *gasp* !! But at least there are no woofies around!

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  31. You know full well TW would not DARE bring a Woofie into your castle!
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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  32. Oh yes, we're all too familiar with the puppy pads here. And no, they're not for our woofie.

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