Why Won't My Cat Use Her Litter Box?

About one in every 10 cats demonstrates an aversion to their litter box at one point or another. If you’re one of the lucky cat owners who have to deal with it, it’s important to get to the bottom of the problem quickly and find a solution. Let’s take a look at the most common reasons cats shun their bathrooms.

Cats don’t like using a dirty bathroom, and we can’t blame them. Make sure to scoop out your cat’s box frequently, every day if possible, and change all of the litter about once a week or so. And make sure your cat’s bathroom is located properly. No cat wants to do its business in a crowded, noisy spot, so put the box in a quiet location where Fluffy can use the litter box in peace. Laundry rooms or basements usually work well.

If you need help with your cat’s bathroom habits, contact your pet clinic in Spring Hill, TN or visit here


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