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we`ve have a fussy little guy

Werli, our little guy never liked the paper in his house to be wet. Anytime he would go in and pee, when finished he would start pushing the paper into the corner until I came and removed it.

For the past couple weeks if his paper is wet he started laying outside his house until I come and remove the wet paper, then he immediately goes into his house and lays down. It so funny to watch at almost 6 months he`s getting very fussy about housekeeping.

Don`t get me wrong we love his fussiness because he never has done a no2 in his house and only a handful of times in our house, it`s only outside for a long time, hurray hurray our lives have been made much simpler now.
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His house??

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HAHA Tilly is so cute, it`s like looking at our Werli they are duplicates. When I get the picture installation down you`ll see.

Our Werli has condo sized houses, 2 cages put together, one for sleeping and one for other things. Thats the ones in the office, then he`s got 2 others in the rec room off the kitchen. He thinks he`s the King, haha he`s probably right. Kathy
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ha ha awesome. wow you must have a nice sized house yourself!!
We have 2 school age kids, 3 cats and Tillie and our house is 960 sq.ft. lol There was never room for Tillie to have her own "house"! She was crate trained from the start.

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ha ha awesome. wow you must have a nice sized house yourself!!
We have 2 school age kids, 3 cats and Tillie and our house is 960 sq.ft. lol There was never room for Tillie to have her own "house"! She was crate trained from the start.
That's probably part of the reason you got her trained so quickly... It was hard for her to "wander off". Our house was tiny too, when we bought it. Over the years, we've added to it... first a family room when the kids were little, and more recently, our "big" addition which added half as much space to the house. (although half of THAT is offices for Dave and me) I love the way our house is now, but we did fine with it before the addition (we had an office down the street then that we shared) and the boys had no problem growing up in a little house.

... and in California, you have the added advantage of being able to use the outdoor space more of the time. Here, for much of the year, if it's not snowing or raining, there are too many mosquitoes!<g>


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ha ha awesome. wow you must have a nice sized house yourself!!
We have 2 school age kids, 3 cats and Tillie and our house is 960 sq.ft. lol There was never room for Tillie to have her own "house"! She was crate trained from the start.
It`s a pretty big house, 14 rooms, we built it 21 years ago and now it`s just us 2 and 3 dogs, we use about 1/2 of the rooms the rest stays closed up.

But the dogs love the space when our Husky gets chased by our Hav they can run 70 feet from the Rec room through the kitchen to the office and they do it many times a day. and much farther if they go the livingroom route, which they do and in the process mess up all the area rugs that I have to re-arrange 5 times a day, these 2 little lovelies.
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That's probably part of the reason you got her trained so quickly... It was hard for her to "wander off". Our house was tiny too, when we bought it. Over the years, we've added to it... first a family room when the kids were little, and more recently, our "big" addition which added half as much space to the house. (although half of THAT is offices for Dave and me) I love the way our house is now, but we did fine with it before the addition (we had an office down the street then that we shared) and the boys had no problem growing up in a little house.

... and in California, you have the added advantage of being able to use the outdoor space more of the time. Here, for much of the year, if it's not snowing or raining, there are too many mosquitoes!<g>
Ya, we`re in about the same boat here in the Chicago area with the snow and rain and Mosquitoes, we have a creek that runs through our property and they`re everywhere, so we have to get it sprayed because we are quite worried about West Nile, a lady 2 miles from us died last year from it. About 4 times a year we have deer families come up into our yard from the creek, so we have to get it sprayed for lime desease because we don`t want the dogs or us infected. We live in a suburb 40 mi from Chgo.

You know you`re right this is our 4th house each time getting bigger and we are getting older all the time and in as much as most people want big houses once you get them and have to keep them up they arn`t as desireable as they once were. We were very happy in smaller houses and thats where we`ll be heading for.
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14 ROOMS!??

apparently I am in the wrong forum... lol

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14 ROOMS!??

apparently I am in the wrong forum... lol

Let me tell you if we could sell now I`d do it in a heart beat ( which probably isn`t possible in this market )

I`d love to live in a 1200 sq.ft. house in Florida and that`s exactly where we`re going when we get rid of this house and the $13,500+ a year taxes!
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lol, yes, we have been thankful for our tiny house when so many others, especially in California have been losing thier homes due to forclosure.
That and I can totally clean the entire house, top to bottom in about 6 hrs. lol
although I SURE wish I had counter space in the kitchen. and cupboard space. and that someone could walk by the fridge when it was open... ha ha
we are very fortunate that we bought when we did and will have our house paid off in another 13 yrs... I will be 50 yrs old... yikes!

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