I LOVE THE AVATAR PIC!!!! Second I don't know the answer to that question, but I did find the remote sensor that flushes after they get off.So now me and mine are supper siked about starting to try this...I'm just curious... Once the talented little kitties are trained, do they go to ANY toilet or just they one they were trained on??
This must be a really common problem. I tried toilet training many years ago and never could get Mr. Witty to go #2 in the toilet. I ended up scrapping the whole plan and going back to litter boxes because of it. But, I was also being really impatient because we only had one bathroom...I'd try going back to the kit if you've got the patience to keep working at it!Ok so I have an issue.
She was doing OK there for a bit but now she refuses to go #2 in the toilet.
#1 no problemo, #2 very big issue. Runs around the house meowing, scratching, almost in agony.
Should I put the kit back in the toilet?
You did the right thing. I ended up going back to stage one after a failed attempt with stage two and after about another week went back to stage two and it was a success. EXCEPT for going poop. She peed perfectly but wasn't going poop and I couldn't figure out if someone was cleaning the toilet trainer before I saw it or if there was a problem. Well after scrapping everything I found the problem. About three weeks of poop in my formal dining room I still have everything and I swear I'm gonna try it again but now my 16 year old cat is using Meecho's litter box and I just think she's too old to try potty training...or maybe I'm just scared of her and what she would do to me if I tried to train her at this age:Laugh:Thanks you guys for your input!
I put the citikitty back to stage one with no holes in my first bathroom.
I need to be home more to be able to have the time to sit with her.
Until April 16th citikitty will be in the toilet!
That was what my BIG problem with the litter quitter was. The change in the hole from the second to the third was just so drastic. When I attempt this again I have an idea and you may want to try it out. I've decided to put a piece of clear plastic wrap on the under side of the hole and sprinkle a little bit of litter on it so that way they will feel comfortable and get used to it without falling in the hole. I have no idea if it will work, but that is my plan. WHEN I decide to takle this again.I started using the litter quitter right before christmas. The first stage was fine but then on the orange stage Twitch pooped on the floor so went back to the red. I finally got them both using the orange with the hole in the middle. Tux has a problem with hanging his but to close to the edge and peeing on the floor. I have cut a bigger hole in the red one because the difference between the orange and green is really large. So now there is one with a bigger hole and they are not liking it. Put it on before for a day and they didn't go and then put the orange back up and they both ran up and did both right away. They have not peed since this am. I have a video camera set up and they just can't seem to get comfortable. I am scared to leave them go too long with out peeing or pooping. I just don't want to find a mess somewhere else in the house or have any medical issue from holding it too long. I was really hoping to get rid of litter but not so sure now. Starting to ponder the litter robot.
Yeah it is a tough one. They do have some intermediate rings you can order, We just cut the red one out a bit bigger than the orange, I guess there is no going back. The both peed and pooped last night so I was happy. They really seem to need the litter, everytime I add some they use it. Having to work all day I just worry they will hold it. I am going to give it a few months more and then decide. You should look into the intermediate discs, I think they are like $15 and it gives you two extra steps so it is not so drastic.That was what my BIG problem with the litter quitter was. The change in the hole from the second to the third was just so drastic. When I attempt this again I have an idea and you may want to try it out. I've decided to put a piece of clear plastic wrap on the under side of the hole and sprinkle a little bit of litter on it so that way they will feel comfortable and get used to it without falling in the hole. I have no idea if it will work, but that is my plan. WHEN I decide to takle this again.