A couple of comments: any cat with URI will have teary eyes and it may last for 
almost a month, unless treated with antibiotic ophthalmic drops or ointment.  
So it really doesn't have anything to do with the cat's FIV status.  

My cats have a very fastidious habit of perching on the edge of the litter box, 
like owls perching on tree branches.  However, since most of my cats are of 
normal or porcine weight, over goes the litter box and I come in to a room I 
just cleaned and scrubbed to find pine pellets and dust everywhere, not to 
mention whatever the cat had put into the litter box in the first place.  All 
over the floor.  Aside from switching to clay litter and filling the box with 
50 lbs. of the stuff, anyone have any idea about the "tip-over" problem?

My last comment is this:  anyone just happening onto this list and reading some 
of the posts would think that we are a bunch of lunatics having a bad hair 
day.  Litter scattered all over, cats ordering us around, plastic and metal 
furniture, beds covered with plastic sheeting, disposable sofas?  Until you 
have actually met a cat close up and personal, you don't understand.  Then when 
you have, this all makes a lot of sense.

Have a good holiday everyone. Put the Christmas Tree in the garage, away from 
the cats and use battery operated  Hanukkah candles.

Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty neighbors 

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