Litter Box Avoidance Resources
You are not alone! Litter box avoidance is a common issue in household cats.
If your cat has suddenly started urinating or defecating outside of the box, the VERY FIRST thing to do is
Check out these resources for some tips on helping your cat make litter box choices you can all agree on. Still having trouble keeping it in the box? Click here to contact us and set up a free inquiry call.
This helpful worksheet from The International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) can help you recognize potential issues and make the necessary adjustments to get your cat back in the box. [PDF download]
Do you know the difference between spraying/scent marking and urinating outside of the box? Knowing the difference can help you figure out the underlying cause so that you can get help and address the behavior more effectively. [Website link]
An elevated litter box with a wide ramp for easy cat access is a great way to keep dogs and toddlers out of the kitty toilet. This set-up can also be great people who may not be able to bend over to the ground to regularly clean the litter box.