Waza answered Thursday July 20 2006, 8:30 pm: if your cat is pooping in the same corner then that would be a good spot to put the litter box in that corner but if its pooping in different corners try to train the cat well that its suppose to go in the litter box [ Waza's advice column | Ask Waza A Question ]
OoOhaileyOoO answered Sunday July 16 2006, 10:27 pm: Thats why there are litter boxes. All ya gotta buy are three things. A cat box, litter (I suggest multiple cats), and fabreeze. If its all around the area of that corner put newspaper under the box. If it's like a room, (bathroom, bedroom, etc) close the door.
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zoey365 answered Friday July 14 2006, 11:18 pm: get a litter box and everytime she has an accident pick her up and stick her nose in it.
if this doesnt work then get back me.
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Moop answered Friday July 14 2006, 3:30 am: put his litterbox in that corner for a week. then move it about a foot every day until you can get it into the place you want to keep it. alternatively you can use this time to train your cat to use the toilet. there are a lot of good websites on this if you were to google.
DangerWench answered Thursday July 13 2006, 8:38 pm: ...
This is hard to answer without knowing more information.
What age is your cat?
Is he new?
Was he doing fine and then started missing his litter box suddenly?
Has the brand of litter been changed?
Is the litter box new?
Has the litter box been moved?
How often is the litter box cleaned?
Are there other animals in the house?
Are there any recent changes in the household (new people, visitors, new pets)?
Have you changed his food?
Have you moved recently?
Has there been any other disruption to his everyday life?
Is he eating? Does he seem sick?
Is his stool firm or loose?
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