Next step is teaching their cats how to flush the toilet when they are finished. Haha!:-D
Years ago we had the "squat" toilet. Cat's hind legs were in the dry part of the bowl & fore legs on the floor-no training nec for cat. Human was trained to tug at the chain. It was easier/cheaper than cleaning out present-day litter boxes. And you don't have to share the toilet seat with yr cat ;)
Anonymous back in the 1980's my parent's cat toilet-trained learned by himself how to use pedestal "squat" toilet. It is just like what you mentioned "cat's hind legs were in the dry part of the bowl & fore legs on the floor - no training nec for cat." Yeah! I agree the best part of pedestal toilet is, we don't have to share the toilet seat with our cat.:-)
Maybe it's time we went back to squat toilets - for cats at least :)
I just purchased a set of Litter Kwitter Cat/Cat Toilet Traiing System after watching some cats using toilet at youtube (google it average price is $US59). I have a 6-year old cat and 2 kittens. I love them like my own children. Keep them safe indoor and walk them with harness/leash or build them an enclosure. Cats live 15-20 years indoor, average of 3-7 years outdoor.Either they were hit by cars or bitten to death by larger animals. Will let people know how the cat toilet training go.Help spray/neuter all cats with donation or adoption- if you are a vet, please give a day per month of community service to reduce the number of poor stray cats.
The picture on the "10 resources to toilet train your cat" page is priceless.
hello;During my house renovation I installed a squaty toilet for my 5 cats. It is very difficult to train them to use it. can´t use the same system as in ordinary toilets. any advice? thanks!
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