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    We can over do this hygiene thing.

    Gut worms may protect against house-dust mite allergy

    And cats can be trained to use the toilet.

    Litter Kwitter - The Original Cat Toilet Training Kit

    Now to train the cat (and men) to flush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    We can over do this hygiene thing.

    Gut worms may protect against house-dust mite allergy

    And cats can be trained to use the toilet.

    Litter Kwitter - The Original Cat Toilet Training Kit

    Now to train the cat (and men) to flush.
    I think as with everything some people just take things to far one way or the other.

    I knew cats could be trained to use a toilet but do you really think men can be successfully trained to flush as well as put the seat down we can but dream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdee View Post
    I think as with everything some people just take things to far one way or the other.

    I knew cats could be trained to use a toilet but do you really think men can be successfully trained to flush as well as put the seat down we can but dream.
    meh, do ya reckon we can train women to leave the seat up? it ain't that hard ladies, it goes up and down

    as for flushing, us men like to try and save the planet, no.1 can stay and wait for no. 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    meh, do ya reckon we can train women to leave the seat up? it ain't that hard ladies, it goes up and down

    as for flushing, us men like to try and save the planet, no.1 can stay and wait for no. 2
    if guys left it down it would make more sense after all it is called a seat and it has a hole for a reason, do guys really need the extra few cm's putting the seat up gives them? considering even with it a lot still can't get the aim right

    I think a lot of people do the old "if its yellow let it mellow and if it's brown flush it down" as long as paper is used and not a bare hand it's all good.

    And on that note I am off with the hope I don't dream of this lol ....night and have a good one
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdee View Post
    if guys left it down it would make more sense after all it is called a seat and it has a hole for a reason, do guys really need the extra few cm's putting the seat up gives them? considering even with it a lot still can't get the aim right

    I think a lot of people do the old "if its yellow let it mellow and if it's brown flush it down" as long as paper is used and not a bare hand it's all good.

    And on that note I am off with the hope I don't dream of this lol ....night and have a good one
    oh i got so much to say but i'm thinking at this point in the night/convo its probably best left unsaid

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    oh i got so much to say but i'm thinking at this point in the night/convo its probably best left unsaid
    HEHEHE sorry giggling here so thanks for the loan of a smile
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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Gloves? face mask? Partner change the litter tray? Don't share utensils with the cat? Don't eat it's poo?



    I have had pets right through all of my pregnancies and apart from the 4 kids being extremely annoying, none are deformed.
    There is risk involved, that's all. You didn't get it doesn't mean there is no risk for other people.

    I find it understandable that some people choose to exercising extreme caution after experiencing painful miscarriages.

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    I understand the extreme caution. I just think giving the cat away is a bit OTT as there is only risk if you get in direct contact with its faeces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I once saw a report on an experiment which proved that the introduction of hookworms would cure some people of their gluten intolerance! There is some indication that this might work to stop the progression of my arthritis, which is somehow linked to my gut and I'd be happy to try it. Though I admit it would gross me out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunmcc View Post
    There is risk involved, that's all. You didn't get it doesn't mean there is no risk for other people.

    I find it understandable that some people choose to exercising extreme caution after experiencing painful miscarriages.
    There is a huge difference between exercising extreme caution and following recommended health guidelines with a dose of common sense.
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