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Old 08-23-2019, 11:19 AM   #21
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I've never seen a litter box for dogs, why don't cat people walk their cats and collect their poop as dog persons do? Is it just a cultural practice or is it not "practical"? I have a friend that travels with a cat and takes it for walks on a leash. I never thought to check if he uses a litter box in his RV.
So glad you wrote this post, as it reminded me that, years ago, I trained an adult cat to use the toilet. How much easier the training would be if starting out with a kitten! 😻

Some cats will nearly strangle themselves while struggling to get out of a leash, but I have seen cats walking happily to harness. 🐈 That said, I'd still make mine an indoor cat, as even city neighborhoods like the last two in which I've lived have become coyote havens.
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