...tryin' to keep a lid on a problem, over here....
Serena's never rude to us. In fact, I would say that she's generally very affectionate, and has never once bitten me, even when annoyed. And she does not overeat.
Serena never sniffs glue.
And Serena has never dragged in any questionable company. Well, okay, she never exactly shows them the door, either, but I'm trying to be positive.
SO, what's my problem, huh? My problem is the fact that I cannot seem to figure out what Serena expects me to do about her litter box situation. There is only one pattern to her behavior: if she urinates inside the box, she will defecate outside the box, which I prefer to the other way around*, but...there's no predicting what she will do.
SO, I've set up two litter boxes, hoping that she will get a clue about using both. Hope does spring eternal in the spotless mind. I mean, one of those litter boxes has remained spotless. And I even put up a little privacy barrier.
She's NOT getting a bidet, though.
*-not to worry, I keep newspaper on the floor.
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