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    Hey guys,

    So panda has discovered the awesome taste of cat poo! Any ideas on how to stop this?
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    My Maxi is fascinated by the kitty litter stuff himself, the smellier the better, not pleasant. Always checks the tray to see if his cousin the cat has left him a treat or two. We just make sure Maxi is not able to access the tray, of course the occasional oversight has happened and when it does Maxi thinks all his xmases have come a once! Why do they like the stuff in the first place?
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    My two love kitty litter as well. Its pretty yuck. I'll just be buying a baby gate and blocking off the laundry so that they can't get to it any more.

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    thankfully my guy hasn't discovered it yet, I have one of those litter trays with the lid and a cat flap so he doesn't even know how it works, and hopefully never will. He does however love duck poo, and I have 9 of the things so it's a bit hard to avoid. Every time i go out to feed the ducks he sneaks off and munches on some, it's pretty disgusting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackthorn View Post
    thankfully my guy hasn't discovered it yet, I have one of those litter trays with the lid and a cat flap so he doesn't even know how it works, and hopefully never will. He does however love duck poo, and I have 9 of the things so it's a bit hard to avoid. Every time i go out to feed the ducks he sneaks off and munches on some, it's pretty disgusting!
    Oh yeah I forgot about those trays, I might get one of those instead so little miss doesn't flick her litter everywhere!

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    My dogs love both cat & duck poo LOL.

    As for the cat litter they have both been taught to 'Leave', but yes the smell sometimes gets the better of them and i will occasionally find a trail of litter on the floor and that usually means the dogs have been in it. I try to manage the problem by checking the litter just before i go to work/early morning and dispose of any poo & again at night before i go to bed. But sometimes they go whilst i'm at work and those are the turds my two go for! The unsupervised ones. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    Oh yeah I forgot about those trays, I might get one of those instead so little miss doesn't flick her litter everywhere!
    Mine still manages to get litter out of the box, but no where near as much as when I had the lid off (before I got puppy). Just be warned the ones with lids kinda trap the smell, so be prepared for a cloud of eye watering stink if there's fresh urine in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    My two love kitty litter as well. Its pretty yuck. I'll just be buying a baby gate and blocking off the laundry so that they can't get to it any more.
    I wish i could do this but my laundry is outside... And who wants cat litter in the bathroom? lol.
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    Hmmm, reading this thread just confirmed one of the reasons I don't have a cat Phewwweeeee!!! LMAO

    I remember this one time years ago, I think I was preggers with my first daughter, and my mate had asked me if I could change the kitty litter while she was away....So I go over, the house and been locked up, and Oh my god, the smell of cat shit/pee/kitty litter just reeked through the whole house!! I did what I had to and got out of there...Yuck!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    Hmmm, reading this thread just confirmed one of the reasons I don't have a cat Phewwweeeee!!! LMAO

    I remember this one time years ago, I think I was preggers with my first daughter, and my mate had asked me if I could change the kitty litter while she was away....So I go over, the house and been locked up, and Oh my god, the smell of cat shit/pee/kitty litter just reeked through the whole house!! I did what I had to and got out of there...Yuck!!
    lol.... It only gets that bad if you let it. Obviously she hardly ever did it, or just left it for you to do... How many cats did they have? We have three.
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