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03ozwhip
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Originally posted by msommers
I'm totally a cat person but our cat, despite most of the time pissing in her litterbox, decided every once in awhile that she'd piss wherever she liked - especially the carpet. Reason #1 to not let pets in a rental.

Reason#2: Upon ownership of my condo I ripped out the entire flooring, industrially sealed the cement and put brand new flooring down. There will never be an animal in that house so help me God!


I said the same thing. now I have a brand new house but with a dog, no cats. no issues.

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Feruk
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So what subset of the 2% is like me and picked a woman smart enough to not get a cat?


I was part of the reason my girlfriend's cat is dead now. Girlfriend at the time, wife now.

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CMW403
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seriously? litter training a cat is litterally (hehe) a three step process MAX.

most of the cats I have had I threw them in the litter box as a kitten every 15-20 minutes until they use said litter and POW, the cat is litterally litter trained.

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Vinegar the shit out of everything. It does the best job at killing the amonia smell.

Fucking hate cats

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