Subject: Re: Going P.P. and Poopy on me
Posted by aNDIE on September 22, 1999 at 14:42:22 from

In Reply to: Going P.P. and Poopy on me posted by Michelle Barnes on September 22, 1999 at 13:44:26:

You cannot potty or litter train gliders, at least not that I know of. Unfortunatly, there is nothing to stop them from doing it. When I first get Harley out, I GENTLY rub his bottom w/ tissue and that stimulates him to pee and poop. However, he constantly marks me and will go potty whenever he deems necessary! However, my female, Kayce does not do the peeing thing on me. She does however poop. My only advise is to have tissue readily available.

: Any suggestions to help avoid my new buddies p.p. and pooping on me. Shug climbed in my hair last night and lost control in there (if you know what I mean). I stayed calm and patient, but it kind of grossed me out.

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