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January 27th, 2008, 10:32 AM
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During some research this morning, I came across this article on inappropriate elimination by cats.
It's a good article, so I figured I would go ahead and share the link, in case any of our members or lurkers are currently dealing with this issue...

CatHealth.com - Inappropriate Elimination in Cats
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January 27th, 2008, 10:26 PM
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thank you for that article. ever since i found out i was prego our oldest cat (she will be 4 this year) has started to go outside her box on the floor right next to it. she is 100 percent healthy, she eats, sleeps, plays, poops in the box, but sometimes just pees right there. we really have to watch her.....we are so scared about what she is going to do once the baby gets here. we have a total of 3 cats, and she is the only one w/this problem. i feel bad, since i cant clean up after her, its all on my hubby right now. i just wish we could find out why she does it, but we have no answers for her. ugh
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January 28th, 2008, 06:57 PM
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I dont have this problem thank god but good article!


TooCute, your cat is probably mad at you because of the change. they sense these things. My dogs did that when I was pg with DS. they havent done anything this time..guess cuz its so close i tell people ive been pg for 2 years lol and btw you CAN clean up after your cat. However, I wouldt tell DH that
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January 29th, 2008, 10:16 AM
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My mother in law has a problem with her cats peeing on cloths and other things lately. Im about 99% sure its cause she doesnt keep the litter box clean though. I hate going to her house, 3 cats and one litter box she might clean out once a month if she gets around to it. God forbid you try to tell her to keep it clean though, ugh.
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