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Re: Ask a veterinarian.

Postby jimmy two hands on Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:55 am

wellbutrin wrote:
jimmy two hands wrote:My cat keeps crapping outside his litter box. He still pees in it, luckily, but he seems to prefer crapping on the mat that we put down in front of the box. Is there some way to make him start crapping in the box again?


If it's unscented litter, an uncovered box, you scoop frequently frequently (daily at least) and the poop looks normal this can be tricky. If all 4 of those things are true I would try changing it up by moving the box, removing the mat etc.

If all of those things in the first sentence aren't true then make them true.

You could also try pulling the shades down and showing him how it's done.


Litter is unscented - it's that stuff made from pine. Should we be using the stuff made from crushed up rocks? Usually we scoop it daily but sometimes we forget and let it go a day. It's a covered box but we recently removed the cover (to no avail). Turds are normal.
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Re: Ask a veterinarian.

Postby Tommy on Thu Nov 16, 2017 11:26 am

jimmy two hands wrote:Litter is unscented - it's that stuff made from pine. Should we be using the stuff made from crushed up rocks? Usually we scoop it daily but sometimes we forget and let it go a day. It's a covered box but we recently removed the cover (to no avail). Turds are normal.


I wouldn't really call pine unscented. I have one cat that hates that stuff. Do you have more than one litter box? Some cats like to do different business in different boxes...
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Re: Ask a veterinarian.

Postby wellbutrin on Fri Nov 17, 2017 9:41 pm

eliya wrote:So I'm guessing I shouldn't worry about Frosto puking? I know the Atopica can make cats throw up, but he hasn't in a while and then had a bunch of incidents happening pretty close together.


As long as it slowed down it's all good. Once every 5-7 days should be tops in general.
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