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Luco has started screaming at me whenever I go to the toilet!

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agnurse Fri 03-May-19 20:37:37

Him nice boy.

Gatsby likes to come in when I'm on the loo. He nudges around my legs. (He was rejected by his mother and hand reared; when we adopted him at 2 months old he promptly decided that I'm his mum grin)

Jayda likes to sit on the edge of the bathtub and climb on me when I'm having a bath. Sometimes she'll sit on the edge and dangle her tail in the water!

Iamnobirdandnonetensnaresme Thu 02-May-19 15:24:01

Those Siamese!!! One doesn't like the shower the other doesn't like the noise the other is making

Gingerkittykat Thu 02-May-19 15:18:40

I frequently have both cats crying/ scratching outside the bathroom door.

I sometimes let them in, they hate it and immediately want back out again.

They then sit outside yowling for me to come out.

One loves to drink from the running tap in the sink, since he drinks very little I let him do this.

Beachbodynowayready Thu 02-May-19 15:14:47

Actually read an article last night about ddogs following to the bathroom /loo and apparently it's because they feel it's a family place to go and they are family too!!
Suppose it's the same for dcats??

SilentSister Thu 02-May-19 15:09:17

Arthur insists he keeps anyone company when toileting, showering or bathing. We don't have locks so he can easily push open a closed door. He will helpfully hop up on the cistern when you are taking your time, and sometimes balance on the towel rail and inspect what you are doing (lovely). He is also very keen on helping dry you when you come out of the shower/bath. He will rub around your legs and lick your feet. When you sit on the toilet to dry off, and remove the piles of fur he has left on your legs, he will jump on your lap and settle down for a nap.

Cats are weird.

Ginkythefangedhellpigofdoom Wed 01-May-19 21:54:26

Mine does the same but she also demands I lean down and stroke her while I'm "toileting"

It might be a coincidence so I don't want to worry you but it coincided with her being ill with hyperthyroidism and kidney disease. The first noticeable symptoms were yowling but it's unlit he's young. My old girl was 13.

YesQueen Wed 01-May-19 14:28:02

Mine looks disgusted and stalks off if I need the toilet. No interest in the bathroom at all, I think he's broken

grincheux Wed 01-May-19 14:25:11

Grinchcat simply must be there for any occasion involving the toilet, especially if you're a guest. I can't explain it either.

dementedpixie Wed 01-May-19 14:23:34

OMG they are noisy cats!

wigglypiggly Wed 01-May-19 14:18:14

Fluffycloudland77 Wed 01-May-19 13:05:18

It probably makes him feel better when he can see you.

SneakyGremlins Tue 30-Apr-19 20:16:12

I doubt it? I've been stressed lately though...

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Madcats Tue 30-Apr-19 19:53:57

Just to warn you, my two started doing that way before I twigged that I was pregnant.

They weren't at all happy for a good year after DC appeared.

Could it be hormonal?

SneakyGremlins Tue 30-Apr-19 17:57:22

At least he's cute grin

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Toddlerteaplease Tue 30-Apr-19 17:03:01

Cheddar does this if I have a bath or a shower.
Paws On my knee if I'm having a wee. Honestly the fuss she makes you'd think it was her having a shower!

SneakyGremlins Tue 30-Apr-19 15:46:21

The bathroom door is the only door in the entire flat! grin

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dementedpixie Tue 30-Apr-19 15:45:43

What!! You dare to shut him out of the room you are in?? You are a very bad cat slave grin

SneakyGremlins Tue 30-Apr-19 15:42:10

How come?? He's been fine for two years yet lately whenever I shower or use the toilet I shut the door and he sits and HOWLS hmmconfused Anyone know why he's started doing this?

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