This Kitten is Driving Me CRAZY!

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    He is now almost 3 months old. Paul sent me a planter for my birthday, I put it up high above on my computer stand. Well, ole' bratty kitty wants to climb on TOP of my computer, then on the tower, to the top of the computer stand to eat the plant!

    He also likes to jump on top of the TV center and try to get into the doors that keeps the movies, etc. in them. He can OPEN the plastic doors I have (the kind that stores things) and get inside them.

    Is this a demon kitty? :eek:
     
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    Sounds like a typical kitty to me. Do you have a couple corrugated cardboard scratching pads and a pot of grass for it to nom on?

    Paul? Strange name for a cat.
     
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    Yes, I have those scratching posts things. We also put out mini-Echo's old Barbie dollhouse, she likes to play in that, and climb on top of it play with the top of the ball on the scratching post! :lol:

    I should get a pot of grass, that's a good idea!



    PS-Kitten is sitting in my lap as I type this, that's the only way I can calm her down, she LOVES to sit in mommy's lap! :)
     
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    Tell that bitch to SHUT IT and mail her a copy of Win7.
     
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    When he's doing something you don't want him to do, distract him with a laser pointer. He will forget all about the unauthorized activity immediately, and focus solely on catching that "firefly."

    Hours of good clean fun.
     
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    Don't forget the spray water bottle to correct undesirable behavior.
     
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    My cat would jump up on the desk, walk over the top of my hands on the keyboard and sit right down on my hands and look at me....pay attention to ME...

    That's why dogs have masters and cats have staff.
     
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    I'll send you some cat nip if you think it will help.
    (Tehehehehehehe).
     
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    For you EZ

    Organic Cat Grass Seeds & Cat Grass Seed Kits
     
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    There's no need for that or any other punitive measure, no matter how harmless. It erodes trust the cat has in you. There's far better ways of communicating the "rules."
     

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