- File Size: 1778 KB
- Print Length: 100 pages
- Publisher: Charles Huss (December 31, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 31, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DXF566M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #711,892 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Bad Cat Chris: The Baddest Cat You'll Ever Love Kindle Edition
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For what it's worth - a lot of the "bad" behaviors that Chris exhibits are actually a reflection of his intelligence. We have learned the hard way that cats like Chris/Rocket need a LOT of intellectual stimulation or else they find it by being naughty. I have had cats all my life and never had to install baby latches on the cabinets until Rocket came along! He thinks it's a fun game to steal things from the cabinets or sleep on the dishes -- and from the look of the book's cover, it looks like Chris agrees. We have had to introduce all kinds of puzzles and games during the day and ensure that he gets AT LEAST one hour of dedicated "toy time" (with lots of chasing) every evening for him to get his wiggles out. Even the refusal to use the litterbox or pooping outside the litterbox are both signs of intelligence (albeit bad behavior) and it's also a dominance play. Cats who are more submissive will bury their waste, dominate cats won't. They actually want you (even the people!) to see their waste and know that it's their territory -- and sometimes to reassert themselves, they will also go elsewhere in the house. Fun times! It's a tougher behavior issue to solve, especially if it's been going on a long time, but frequently a second or third litterbox will help (it's "expanding" their "territory").
As a joke, my husband and I started calling Rocket "BCC" for "Bad Cat Chris" and this morning at 4am when he was biting my nose, I scolded him not to be a BCC! :) This was a really fun book and I feel like the author and I could commiserate all day about our naughty babies, who we wouldn't trade for the world.