"Upscale" wrote in message
> "Baldoni" wrote in message
>> It is very shallow and only his paws get wet. I don't think he will
>> jump straight in anymore. There is no depth really to the water so
>> should not cause danger.
> I'd put more water in the tub, at least so that his belly gets wet like
> other poster suggested. There wouldn't be any danger to him. After that,
> be watching closely for him to use some alternate location for a litter
> area. To complement the water in the bathtub solution, I'd have a small
> litter box just outside the bathtub and a regular usage full sized one in
> the location where you'd like him to regularly go.
Why just to the belly ?
Fill it right to the top with cold water, and I guarantee that cat will
never jump in there again.
And don't worry, it won't drown.
But it won't be any too pleased.
BTW make sure all the breakables are out of the bathroom, as that cat will
fire off like a bullet
As with the other posts, make sure there is a litter box nearby, and slowly
move it over the course of days/weeks to where you intend to keep it
permanently >> Stay informed about: To stop Max the bath shitter