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RE: Overshooting the litter box.

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Posted by: newigal at Mon Nov 8 16:34:22 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by newigal ]  
   

Just a quick question: Has she gone to vet, to eliminate a medical problem that might be causing her to stand up? She may in discomfort somehow.

Good luck,

Nancy

>>My 2 year old female wouldn't dream of not using the litter box. She gets in, squats down, starts to pee, and then lifts her hind quarters as high as she can, so that she is sending the stream over the top of the box and on to the floor.
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>>I have tried enclosed litter boxes, but she always aims for the door.
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>>I have tried taller containers (not designed as litter boxes), but even when they are so tall that she struggles to get in and out, she still overshoots the box.
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>>Has anyone else had this problem? Has anyone found a solution?


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Nancy E. Wigal
Arlington, VA


   

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