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She watches me poo. I don't know why. Every day. Yours?

John-Paul 7 Dec 3
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Whatelse does she watch you do? Mine watch me eat.....and they drool at the same time...ugh. Love them so m much.

sologal Level 5 Dec 4, 2019

One of ours insists that someone watch while he crunches dry food. He will come get me and lead me into another room to watch him eat.

snytiger6 Level 9 Dec 4, 2019

Okay plus Heath is addicted to the hair brush in there... so he doesn't want to miss out if I pick it up.... It's really his brush now.

RavenCT Level 9 Dec 3, 2019

Mine too. It's as if he heard a can opener. Hey . . .


My Queenie follows me everywhere and that includes the bathroom.🙀

Gypsy494 Level 7 Dec 3, 2019

If you want to talk shared experience lol

You are out of TP! Hahaha

@EyesThatSmile Bet he has a bidet. . .


We were having our 'shared experience' the other day and Heath threw up in front of my toes.

I just looked at him as he put his paw up on my knee and I said "You feeling better now?". (Hey it wasn't the carpet for once).

Just try to close the door with him on the wrong side when he wants in - then the fishing from the other side with the paw starts.... That's not at all distracting...

RavenCT Level 9 Dec 3, 2019

Cats are small predators , and they think from that perspective . You are their alpha , and you are at risk . when you're eliminating . It's also why they like to be in boxes . It's safer if you have your back up against a wall .

Cast1es Level 8 Dec 3, 2019

"Just lookin' out for you!"....

I like this explanation.


Mine comes running into the bathroom when he hears me lift the toilet seat to pee.

OldGoat43 Level 8 Dec 3, 2019

My first boston terrier had to be anyplace I was. But if I sat on the commode he would turn facing the door and not move until he heard it flush. Even if I had sat on the lid to talk on the phone. Sweetest thing. Like 'I'll give you privacy but I will be here if you need me'.

freeofgod Level 8 Dec 3, 2019

That is sweet.

@EyesThatSmile I've had many dogs thru the years. He's the only one to do that.

My pup will not enter the bathroom at all. None of the four bathrooms. Interesting.


I live alone, I leave the door open most of the time. Sometimes they watch me, often they don't. The younger one likes to try to investigate the shower while I'm using it. That usually doesn't last too long, her investigating that is. My showers... one of life's pleasures. Sometimes they're both in the same room I am, and sometimes I walk into my bedroom to find them asleep on my bed. I call them freaks, they don't seem to mind.

mine new boy cat sits outside the shower door when I am in using it and won't move. When I step out and squeeze past him and the drip finally stops, he walks in and takes drink....(there are water bowls all available in the house).



Kynlei Level 8 Dec 3, 2019

Doors must remain open or able to be opened by paws.


Sometimes Yes. Sometimes it’s a shared experience. If I want the company, they walk off. They a young still and have not yet adopted the ways of their people.

Rob1948 Level 7 Dec 3, 2019

Yes, no way can I do anything in that room without supervision.


She just wants to make sure you are doing it properly.

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