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Litter Box Issues:
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Please answer questions below. Click the submit button after you complete this form if you would like advice.
Does your cat use the litter box?
Satisfaction with your cat's use of the box.
If you have a male cat is he neutered?
Do not have male
If you have a female is she spayed?
Do not have female
Kittens over the age of 6-months should be neutered/spayed by a veterinarian.
How many litter boxes do you have set up?
Number of cats
Six or more
Is your cat indoor-only?
See comment below
Where does your cat spend most of its time?
Is the cat confined to a certain room? Section of the home?
Location of litter box(es)
Kind of litter
Certain brands? Are they scented?
Choose Litter Types
More than one type
Depends on price
See more comment below
Additional comment about litter type
How often do you scoop the box?
Is the litter scoop utensil easy for you to use?
Your personal preference and material might influence how often you want to clean. Is the scoop metal? Is it plastic? Do you have a receptacle near the litter box to put the scoop in, where it is easy to access frequently?
Box size and type
Push-through door flap
Check more than one if you have multiple boxes and types.
If you have an automatic-type litter box, please give name or description.
Do the boxes have multiple escape routes for the cat?
Is the box in an open space?
Has your cat seen the veterinarian about this problem?
A doctor's hands-on exam and urinalysis can rule out some medical issues.
Is there a new household member?
A new pet or person brings new sounds, smells and stress to cats.
Please indicate work, cell or home and your contact telephone preference. What is the best day, night and time to call you?
OUR THANK YOU
Thank you for taking the time to fill out these relevant questions. Your cat is a member of the family and worth your best efforts to solve difficult issues. We at Backdoor Friends Purebred Cat Rescue understand your frustration and concern when a cat goes outside the litter box, a problem that pet ownership sometime involves. Behavior can be changed, and if there is a solution we hope we can help.
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