Olivia the cat has done it again.

Discussion in 'Teenage Parenting' started by Croc-O-Dile, Nov 12, 2011.

  1. Croc-O-Dile

    Croc-O-Dile Well-Known Member

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    But this time I'm not sure if she ate a lot of cat food or cat puke. :sick:

    I went to get her bottle and turned around and she had orange dripping from her mouth. I saw it was cat food of some sort, I just don't know if it was predigested cat food. :sick: :dohh:

    How the hell can I get her to stop eating Cat Chow?!
     
  2. lauram_92

    lauram_92 Well-Known Member

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    Can you put the cat food outside? Or up high on a counter where she can't get it?

    Hopefully it was fresh cat food :sick:
     
  3. EffyKat

    EffyKat Mammy 2 a gorgeous prince

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    Oh gosh, that doesn't sound nice!

    Adam likes to kick the dog water over but he's never gone to eat any of the food. Sorry I don't have any more helpful words. I hope it gets sorted x
     
  4. bbyno1

    bbyno1 Well-Known Member

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    Oh no. Is there anyway that you can put the cat food down at certain times then take it up?Like feed the cat morning,afternoon and night?
     
  5. xx~Lor~xx

    xx~Lor~xx Young mummy of 3 <3

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    Ew....

    Um... put it well out of reach. On a counter, a room that she can't get into, anything like that.
     
  6. 10.11.12

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    Oh ew. This sounds crazy but what about talking to her doctor? her body might be needing some sort of nutrient?
     
  7. x__amour

    x__amour Mommy.

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    Can you feed the cat at certain times and have Olivia not around? Or put the cat food up on the counter?
     
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    I hope you don't mind but I'm lurking this thread to see what some suggestions are. Caden officially ate dog food the other day so I know the feeling of disgust lol. Somehow he pushed the baby gate out of his way, walked right by it, and ate some. I don't think he enjoy it but I'd still like to keep it from happening again. :wacko:
     
  9. Croc-O-Dile

    Croc-O-Dile Well-Known Member

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    I usually put it up on the counter where she can't reach but this morning my mom fed the cats and left it down. I didn't realize it until it was in her mouth. :dohh:
     
  10. vinteenage

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    Finn regularly eats cat food. I figure it cant really hurt him. I stop him if I see him and I put the dishes out of reach but somehow he always finds more...
     
  11. QuintinsMommy

    QuintinsMommy Well-Known Member

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    Quin LOVES LOVES LOVES dog food.
    In away its safe to eat and it can't harm them BUT it has a risk for salmonella because it doesnt have the same regulations as human food. cases such as this have happened before!
    soo things I do (as the pet is at my moms not at mine but we stay there on weekends)
    Feed them when LO is napping/in bed
    feed them in a different room

    even tho I do those things while at my moms Quin got smart and started wiggling his hand into the dog food bag when I wasn't look! so we had to move those out of sight too
     
  12. Mei190

    Mei190 Well-Known Member

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    gosh, counter is the only way.

    I don't have a problem with my dog, the food is gone in a few seconds flat lol.
     
  13. unconditional

    unconditional Well-Known Member

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    seeming as it's a cat putting it on the counter the cat might jump up on the counter?
    i would suggest feeding the cat while she's sleeping.
     
  14. annawrigley

    annawrigley Guest

    Gross, put it out of the way I guess or keep her out of that room?
     

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