Toby used to love cow poop, esopecially in spring when the grass was green and the poop was runny. He'd go off into the neighboring cow pasture while I mowed and come home dripping green slime from chin to chest. I don't think eating the poop of herbivores is quite AS nasty as eating their own or the cat's poop, but it's all still nasty. I'd give the dogs pineapple and see if that helps. I don't think a cat would eat it. Do your cats have a litterbox or go outside? (My cat prefers to go outside, and my pup LOVES to hunt out cat poop in the yard. I'd keep the cat indoors but there are feral cats all over my neighborhood, wouldn't be much use.) If they have a box I'd put it in a room Greta can't get to. They make baby-type gates with cat doors for this purpose. Good luck breaking her of this! SO glad she got home safe both times!!
- Corinne -
Gus: 8/6/2010, boxer/lab mix
Toby: 3/1994 - 4/26/2010, at the bridge