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I grew up with several pets in the family, both cats and dogs. I believe that a family is not complete with out pets. They bring unconditional love and companionship that you do not get from another human being. Because I work long hours I settled on cats for my pet of choice. Along with the benefits of having cats there is also a down side. For some reason I have been blessed with more than one cat that likes to pee outside of the litter-box. The location of choice was was on the white carpet in the living room and in my bedroom. I pulled up all the carpet out of the house, refinished all the floors, and put in clean new area rugs. They started using those as well. I ended up buying some inexpensive rugs that I can put in the washing machine and wash every few days. When your cat starts peeing outside of the cat box he or she is trying to tell you something. The first thing you have to do is determine what that is. I will introduce you to 3 major factors that can cause cats to abandon their litter box and how you can put a stop to it sometimes as fast as overnight. Location, location, location. I’m not talking about where your cat has some real estate. I’m talking about where you've decided is the best place for your cat’s litter box. You have to consider things like foot traffic and general commotion around the area that your cat goes to pee. Your cat doesn't have the luxury of going into the bathroom and closing the door so it’s up to you to provide a place where he can have some privacy and not get bothered by the dog or your other cats. It’s also important to keep the litter box away from your cat’s food. You wouldn't want to eat in the bathroom and neither would your cat. While we’re on the subject of the litter box, another important factor is the kind of litter you are using. Some cats get quite picky about their substrate preference and will decide that they no longer like the feel of clumping litter. Try out different brands and try to avoid using scented litters. The third major factor that you need to address to stop your cat peeing everywhere is stress. Your cat is much more susceptible to changes in their environment that you or I so you need to keep a close eye on her. Moving house or the introduction of new pets are 2 very common reasons why a cat will protest with their bladder. My cat's problem was related to stress. I have since discovered a way to get them back using the litter box. It is quick and it is easy. Check out the link below and get started! It works as fast as 4 days. You are only 4 short days away from solving the problem. What are you waiting for http://176a0qxgr733pjaawguaxu9q9y.hop.clickbank.net/
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ASK DR. NORM: Litter box dilemmas - Wicked Local Plymouth

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A cat has a strong instinct to use the litter box, but there are some situations which may dissuade her from going to it.
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and you notice that your cat is running back and forth to the litter box. He appears to be trying to pee, but barely anything seems to be coming out.
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