Every time I turn around, our small black kitten is in the trash can grabbing whatever he can get his little paws on. Thing is, he has a FULL food dish and water (both auto-feeders) I check daily to see how much is left and always refill the water and food bowls as needed. We have tried popping his nose, putting him in the kennel right after he's been caught for a few minutes, and even going so far as to lock him in the bathroom each night. I have about had it with him. I know he's a baby and still learning but this cat is more stubborn than a blind, deaf, and mute mule. If it weren't for my son's attatchment to the kitten, I would find him a new home but as my son adores this kitten, I feel I must find a better solution to resolve this with his best interest in mind. (My son has Autism and the kitten is literally his only friend because he has no patience for other people)Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 7:43 AM on Sep. 23, 2009 in Pets
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This is such a cute post....I have two 4 1/2 month kittens and they are so mischievous!
Those little boogers LOL!
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