I don't mind if my cat sleeps on the changing table when I am not using it, but how do I get her to understand when I lay James down to change his diaper she needs to move for a few minutes?
Answer by desert_diva at 10:22 AM on Feb. 9, 2009
Answer by ChaoticSoul at 7:34 AM on Feb. 9, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 7:37 AM on Feb. 9, 2009
Answer by m.robertson811 at 7:49 AM on Feb. 9, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 7:57 AM on Feb. 9, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 9:19 AM on Feb. 9, 2009
The spray bottle is the best solution. After a few brisk squirts she will soon learn to stay off the changing table. Cats are trainable. Don't be discouraged. As for the posters who are a bit harsh with regards to the cat being on the changing table, give it a rest. I believe the woman already knows that the cat should not be on changing table. The squirt bottle is the answer as most cats don't like water especially when squirt in the face. Another solution would be to keep cat out of baby's room if changing table is in the room. Just keep the door closed. Hope this helps.
Answer by equusvetgal at 1:11 PM on Feb. 9, 2009
To equus---she said in her POST that she didn't MIND if the cat were on it when the baby wasn't--read it a bit better before you chastise anyone!!!
Answer by Anonymous at 5:54 PM on Feb. 9, 2009
Just because she doesn't mind, doesn't mean that she doesn't know it is a problem. She realizes the problem now and is trying to fix it. It amazes me how much an anonymous person has to say when they are anonymous. All I am saying is give the woman a break, she is trying to fix the problem now.
Answer by equusvetgal at 9:04 PM on Feb. 9, 2009