Since I've got cats living in my bathroom ( about 8 months), I'm just keeping the toilet paper hidden.
Once I completely forgot it was endind and find myself in need without one :-)
I Know it wont last a minute if placed in the normal local.I already tried...
Does your cat allows you to have those the same way no cat persons have?
A dangling soft paper ready to be scratched,grabed and bited can be ignored by a normal cat??
Jade shows zero interest in toilet paper and paper towels. However, our last cat, Abby, while she didn't go for the toilet paper, she would get up on the sink and unroll the paper towels. They hook under our cupboard and at night we would hear this faint noise from the kitchen and it was Abby with her ears flattened back and her little paws going as fast as she could to unroll the paper towels. We would let her just because it was really cute. Most of the time, we would catch the incident before it was serious and stop it, but sometimes we'd just let her go for it.
Our kitty in the 80's had her litter box in our spare bathroom and she was the one that loved to unroll the toilet paper. She also loved to watch the toilet flush. Jade is not into any of that stuff for some reason.
YES YES SO NICE TO SEE YOU BACK APPLE,
those stories are so cute!!...nothing more darling than watching a cat play (IMO)
I've had many cats over the years, some have shown extreme interest in toilet paper, esp since the holder usually sits right on top of the register so the paper moves whenever the furnace runs....Its usually outgrown as they get older and to dignified to stoop so low.
Jade I've never seen a kitty attack the paper towel roll tho...I can just see those little paws a working..lol.
That's why we'd let her do it 'cause it was just So darling to watch :)
We are thankful Jade must of never been allowed up on tables or counters with her previous family because she never tries. We were permissive parents with Abby since we got her as a little baby and didn't object with the kitchen table or counters. Big Mistake!
My kitten has a huge interest in toilet paper, he reaches up & pulls it down & then he puts it in his mouth and shakes his head from side to side, with it in his mouth like a dog haha.!
My other cat, likes to jump on the side of the bath & drinks the water out of it..!!
Crazy cats haha!!
My Bengal was a toilet paper player when she was younger. She would not only unroll it, but then shred it and strew it all over the house. So far my foster kitties have left the toilet paper alone, but Tucker tries to sneak up on the dining room table and take a paper napkin out of the holder. He tries just to take one and then jumps off the table with it and will play with it on the floor for a long time. When I had Toby and Jo Jo, they liked to "prune" my house plants. I'll take cleaning up toilet paper over cleaning up upended potted plants any day....LOL.
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