Y’all remember my cat, Calliope, who has peed on everything but cat litter even when placed in a small bathroom with her litter box?
That sweet cat who had to be moved into the dog cage for her protection because she went nuts one day and hid in the attic of my neighbor’s garage for two weeks without eating?
This is the calico who destroyed EVERY RUG WE OWNED BUT THE ONE THAT WE GAVE AWAY with her aroma-du-cat-bladder and now WE DON’T BUY RUGS?
And to whom our our animal-adoring-vet finally said to us: I would’ve never put up with her as long as you have.
Well, doubters (that would be me and Scott), we found her a NEW HOME! A barn home. A MONTESSORI BARN. The animals chose their own work!
Or it’s a Montessori school on a farm with a barn.
And now with a cat that pees on everything. For FREE!
I wonder if they’ll add that to the brochure:
I’d like to say that we tried everything over the last seven years before coming to this point.
But we didn’t try toilet training. On a human toilet. So you are now free to judge us. (if you can’t see the how-to video, click here)
PS. It’s hard to put on my big girl pants and give my cat a better life than a dog cage or our backyard with a makeshift cat house under the deck. But I am beyond grateful to the people who are allowing me to do that for Calliope. And I am heartbroken to lose my friend of nearly eleven years. May you teach the children well, my furry friend.