Basic Tips for Making Cats Feel Better About Using Their Litter Boxes
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Excellent Prognosis Urination and defecation outside the litterbox is the most common feline behavior problem. Many cats are given up because of house-soiling problems. Most of the time this is unnecessary. The prognosis for cats with problems like Malachy’s is excellent. Between 70 percent and 75 percent of litterbox problems are cured by simple treatments like the one Tish employed with Malachy. If your cat begins to urinate or defecate outside the box, see your veterinarian first. He or she will rule out medical causes. If the problem is considered to be a behavioral one, ask for a referral to a cat behavior specialist.
Cats will often refuse to use the litter box if it isn’t kept clean. For some cats this means cleaning out the box after each use, for others once a day is more than enough. If the cat thinks the box is dirty, he may use the area around the box (throw rug, sink or tub), especially if he kicks litter out of the box and it scatters,
Litter Box Training for Cats and Kittens. WebMD. (Mar. 23, 2011)
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10 Ideas For Hiding Your Cats Litter Box // Don't sacrifice style for your cat's litter box. This modern looking cabinet will fit right into your home without looking like the dirty litter box it actually is.Cat owners sometimes become the Grumpy Cat when they have to deal with their furry friend's litter box. Remedying with the odor is one issue, but these 12 projects will at least help you integrate your cat's lifestyle into your fabulous indoor decor.10 Ideas For Hiding Your Cats Litter Box // Don't sacrifice style for your cat's litter box. This modern looking cabinet will fit right into your home without looking like the dirty litter box it actually is. The style is up to kitty’s personality. A hooded version works well for cats who crave privacy, but it can leave others feeling boxed in. And take it from Tidy—you don’t want the litter (or its contents) to fly overboard, so go with a box with enough room for your cat to move around in. If you have a kitten, choose a box she can get into—and grow into—easily. Got a kitten?