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IndyOp Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-10-06 07:14 PM
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3. If you don't mind playing cat butler until your dog gets bigger....
If your dog is small enough to fit through a kitty door, and small enough to squeeze under a baby gate that the cats could scoot under, and the cats can't leap or climb to a location that the puppy can't get to -- then...

Welcome to your new job -- Kitty Butler!

You could put the cat food in a room the door of which you can keep closed. Then when the cats want to eat they will meow and you can open the door to let them in. When the cats are done and want out they will meow and you can open the door and let them out. (Repeat many times per day). The cats will enjoy this new way of interacting with you. :-)

If you can put the cat food in a room they like to hang out in anyway - bedroom? - then you might not have to open & shut the door quite as often.

:hi:

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