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09/03/2013 at 17:29
Play upon a song there....
Have a house viewing tomorrow so sorting the house before them coming tomorrow. Popped out to get some cat stop weeing in the house spray and then get shoes for the kids. As we got in the car to go from Pets at home to go shoe shopping U announced she had weed in her car seat. Got home to change her and found a cat had had weed in the house again. Started to have lunch and U complained she needed a cuddle and started to fall asleep on me. You never wake U when she ahs fallen asleep otherwise it is horrendous. B started moaning he was still hungry after lunch. I directed him to various bits of food but no wasn't good enough and he woke U up. Cue much screaming from U. She then calmed down to say she needed a wee disappeared to her potty. Came back climbed on my lap snuggled in and then I realised she had weed all over me. Not a tiny wee, a massive might have well have been a full grown adult wee. Soaked my clothes her clothes and actually went through the sofa cushions. She refused to take her wet clothes off. So I stripped her off. Got her and I new clothes and she refused to put them on. Instead threw them across the room and jsut wouldn't stop screaming. In the end I dressed her whilst she screamed. I gave her the option of stop screaming or she would go to bed. She didn't stop. Took her and put her in her bed. She got up and screamed at her bedroom door, where she did a massive wee on the floor (this is less than ten minutes after last elephant wee). Stripped her off again. She has now calmed down - three hours later.Not only that but have discovered one of the cats has been weeing on the spare bed so there is washing up everywhere as I try and do my normal wash loads which I do over a weekend plus all the extra washing and desperately try and dry it all before tomorrow morning.And breathe!Although one really positive thing - took a load of stuff to the tip - thought it would be quiet as it was raining. It wasn't, as everyone had thought the same thing. But I managed to balance everything in such a way that it took only two trips to empty the boot whereas it had taken soemthign like 7 to fill the boot
09/03/2013 at 18:24
Sounds like a lovely day. We have to be very strict with our cat as if she finds a nice cushion she'll use it as a toilet (she's 17 so very old for a cat). We have to restrict her access to the house and then make sure we put her out at regular intervals. You can't do tjis with children unfortunately.
Good news that you've got a viewing.
09/03/2013 at 18:50
Gosh what a nightmare busy time for you. Hope the viewing goes well
09/03/2013 at 19:34
Great news you have a viewing, even if the rest has all been a trial. With the damp washing you could just carefully fold it tomorrow afternoon and hide it away still damp - it only needs to be hidden away whilst the veiwing is happening, then you can get it back out. I did this a couple of weeks ago when we had lots of washing and a viewing...
09/03/2013 at 19:57
Great that you've got a viewing and I hope it all goes well, though it has been a nightmare what with all the wee x
09/03/2013 at 20:24
Cedar - I was originally blaming the kittens but now think it is the ex-feral cat and think she has had some sort of mental breakdown and am going to take her to the vets next week. She is choosing to wee on things that are very soft, not really sure what that is about. She actually refuses to leave the house so is supposed to use a litter tray. I will be chasing her out first thing tomorrow morning and hopefully keep her out until after the viewing.
raincloud - good thinking, little things like may be obvious to others but hadn't thought of that, may have to do that tomorrow if need be.
DS- cheers I'm not holding out hope but glad I have a viewing I have a friend coming round just beforehand to make sure the house doesn't smell of wee!
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