- Jul 4, 2018
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Yup we gotta do what we gotta do. *nods*We gotta do what we gotta do, especially with his history. And hopefully having the camera can let you relax a bit, since you won't be worried about jumping up every time you think he's going to use the box?
Hooray for him eating!! The small victories on the road to winning the war
It's actually a really good game. I'm pleasantly surprised. Most cameras I've had before were always so-so. (I have one facing the back of the house due to some small issues previously.) I absolutely LOATH cameras in the house watching people. These ones you can pause from the app, turning them off and on at will. I work at a place where I have camera on all the time. They've been hacked before and I've had strangers watching me, plus others on steady basis. It wouldn't be an understatement to say that while I respect the positive use of cameras - I've seen and experiences first hand their mis-use and mostly not a fan.
The camera is helping in this case for sure. I saw him pee last night after I tricked him by cleaning the litter box *giggles* and this morning too. I'll have to lengthen the record time while sleeping because it wasn't quite enough time to see it fully. It's an easy adjust though. I think this was a good decision.
Eating for sure ifs good. I take the small wins.
*nods* He went after BH again this morning. I think I might need to ramp up his play time in the morning to try to get rid of his energy.Dang, Charlie!!
It's interesting cat Psychology / Behaviorism atm. I might post another thread about it as I've never read anything like this where a cat systemically goes through other cats, one at a time, over a LONG period to establish his dominance. I mean the three girls have been in the house coming on two years this summer and literally he's done this one at a time. Once he gets okay with one - no matter how long it takes, it attention then moves to the next. WTH Charlie.