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Your Sensitive Cat And Litter Box Problems

A cat's senses are how the animal relates to the world around it. In many ways, the senses of a cat are much more acute than ours and this can often be at the root of litter box problems. When your cat begins to urinate, or even defecate, on the floor or furniture, it's time to get to the root of the problem as quickly as possible. Never punish the cat for his or her transgressions - your pet will be unable to associate the accident with the litter box, and dragging the cat to the litter box after a scolding or spanking will only cause further litter box problems.

Your Cat's Senses

Cats are naturally very clean animals, so when your companion begins using the home as a litter box, a serious problem exists. Once your pet has been found to be healthy, and not suffering from a medical condition that is causing incontinence, take into consideration your cat's sensitivity.

Putting yourself in your cat's place when litter box problems arise can make it easier to solve the problem and make both of you happier and more relaxed.

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