1. SCHEDULE A VET VISIT
After noticing a change in your cat's litter box behavior, the first move should always be scheduling a vet visit.
2. KEEP THE
LITTER BOX CLEAN
Keeping a clean litter box is a crucial way to combat these issues.
3. AVOID MAKING CHANGES
The smallest change inside a litter box can upset any cat. Felines happen to be very sensitive to the conditions in their litter box.
4. MAKE THE LITTER BOX MORE ACCESSIBLE
Senior cats with joint pain or arthritis issues will n
5. KEEP THE LITTER
BOX NEAR THEIR FAVORITE SPOTS
You must adjust to their new reality and place the box in an area where they spend most of their time.
6. MAKE INAPPROPRIATE BATHROOM AREAS LESS APPEALING
Try putting motion-activated lights in dark places around your house. These spaces tend to be a favorite for cats with bathroom issues.
7. GET AN ADDITIONAL LITTER BOX
You should have one litter box for every cat in your home. Making sure your senior cat has its own bathroom is a vital step in conquering bathroom issues.
8. PROVIDE THEM WITH A LITTLE SENSE OF DIRECTION
Assist them by leaving some items with their scent inside or near the litter box. These items will then allow their heightened sense of smell to guide them.
9. SPEND SOME QUALITY TIME WITH YOUR CAT
The last tip is a simple and fun one. Put some of your day aside to spend a little quality time with your favorite feline.
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