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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-21-2012, 09:40 AM
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Do you have one litter box between them?? And how often is it cleaned?
For two kittens-cats you should have at least 2 boxes, cleaned everyday.

I never had this problem before so I really don't know what to tell you...
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-21-2012, 10:29 AM Thread Starter
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I got three trays i remove the solid waste asap n since i use clumping litter it gets removed asap bu
i change litter after every two days n i sash n scrub n put them in sun every weekend
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Sounds completely normal to me. My kitty, Gargomel always puts his paws on my cheeck and/or face. He even tries to groom my hair when I'm sleeping too.
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post #14 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-21-2012, 07:37 PM
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It would be a little easier to read everything if you used punctuation

Lion-o and Delilah are very cute and are lucky to have such a caring owner. One of my kittens occasionally poops on the floor, but it seems to be when she can't push the poop out on her own. She tries to go in the box, can't, and then hops out and drags her butt on the floor until she gets the poop off. She had fiber issues in the past, so I give her a scoop of pumpkin in her next meal just in case. She also has long hair, so I trim the fur around her butt to make pooping easier (I know some people have a groomer shave a "potty patch" but I'm pretty sure my cat would maul anyone who came near her with clippers, so I do a quick trim myself).
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Thank you all for your help however there is one more thing i want to know
its been ten days Delilah started pooping on floor i tried everything tried new trays
new litter brand and texture new place but she keeps pooping on floor she is fine no
infections or anything she pees in her litter tray but poops on toilet floor what do i do
to make her use her litter again it will help a lot if simeone tells me wat to do
It's probably hard for her to poop. Does she eat wet or dry? If dry, try switching to wet or raw, or have her drink more. I make chicken stock for my cat without any spices or salt, just chicken boiled in water and he loves drinking it, water may stay untouched for days but the stock disappears in minutes.
Also I read somewhere that cats stop covering their poop or pooping somewhere other than litter box when something is bothering them.


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