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kitty soiling expensive furniture

ileany
June 14th, 2003, 12:32 PM
Snowball is a beautiful white male cat 4 years old neutered, once in a blue moon he will soil something in the house never the floor it has to be a coat the kids did,nt hang up or furniture he pooped on my husbands chair and peed on my expensive loveseat ??/ i am at a loss ? he is loved but the line must be drawn he is an indoor cat simply because he is deaf and we don,t want anything to happen to him if anyone can help with this problem i would be much obliged .,,
ileany......

gravy
June 15th, 2003, 09:31 AM
Hi,

I am brand new to the board but I just read a bunch of stuff relating to your problem.

click the vet q and a link then the archives.

good luck

gravy

ileany
June 15th, 2003, 09:55 AM
gravy thanks for your response i will try some of those tricks.....
Ileany..

Catt31
June 15th, 2003, 10:56 PM
It would sure be nice to read posts with proper grammar and spelling. It really makes me wonder what type of literacy Canada really has. If you are that lazy not to double check what you are typing, then maybe you should rethink putting posts on a public forum.:mad:

laroi
June 16th, 2003, 08:59 AM
Catt 31!

Conversational writing differs from a thesis or even grade 4 composition.

Even if people have trouble with their spelling or grammer, they are still asking and answering questions. They are helping others. It is neither kind nor productive in any way to make the comments you made.

This is not at all the place to raz people about their writing skills.

This is a pet site. Feel free to act snobbish on boards related to writing.

Laroi

Beene
June 16th, 2003, 05:08 PM
Hello,

Until a few minutes ago I was not a member of this forum. However, I just received a message that my post, in this thread, has been reported to the moderators by ileany.

This has happened to me on numerous occassions, and I have contacted the folks who run the site by e-mail several times. I have never received a reply.

Why am I getting messages that my posts have been reported, when I was not, up until just now, a member of this community?

I'm sorry to impose on your thread here, but this is extremely frustrating.

Thank you.

Catt31
June 16th, 2003, 06:33 PM
Not sure Beene......makes no sense to me!

ileany
June 16th, 2003, 06:37 PM
Dear Beene i apologise to you the post i referred to the moderator was not from you but another member who was rude ! I have no idea why you would be the one reported .
I assure you it was a mistake but not on my part! .i sent the reply i got from catt31 not you so please accept my apologies ..

yours puzzled
Ileany..:confused:

Catt31
June 16th, 2003, 06:53 PM
As for the composition of posts, if I'm looking for some help, it would be nice to know I'm getting an intelligent answer. I think my Grade 2 students could compose a post that has better grammar and spelling than some on here. I'm not dissing anyone for that, but just put a little effort into it....it won't kill you to take a few minutes to check your writing before you submit it. Just a thought!!! Sorry for offending those bad spellers out there!

comfy
June 16th, 2003, 07:34 PM
Originally posted by Beene
Hello,

Until a few minutes ago I was not a member of this forum. However, I just received a message that my post, in this thread, has been reported to the moderators by ileany.

This has happened to me on numerous occassions, and I have contacted the folks who run the site by e-mail several times. I have never received a reply.

Why am I getting messages that my posts have been reported, when I was not, up until just now, a member of this community?

I'm sorry to impose on your thread here, but this is extremely frustrating.

Thank you.

Same here. I don't belong to this forum either, but somehow I am a moderator! I just received this email:

ileany ( mailto:ileany@sympatico.ca ) has reported this post:


http://www.pets.ca/forum/showthread.php?postid=2995#post2995

This is part of this thread:
kitty soiling expensive furniture
http://www.pets.ca/forum/showthread.php?threadid=1542

This is the reason that the user gave:
Hi could you please ask this member if she has no idea as to how to answer a post nicely?.
If not i do not need any advice from her.
thankyou ..

This message has been sent to all moderators of this forum, or all administrators if there are no moderators.

Please respond to this post as applicable.

Catt31
June 16th, 2003, 11:02 PM
I am quite offended now. How do you know I am female?? That is an ignorant assumption. Go ahead and tattle on me, it seems to be the intellect level you occupy. Good day!
P.S. If I were you, I'd ask for your money back from Hooked on Phonics because it DIDN'T work for you!!