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Okay, I really love this answer. Lol. Seems to be true.
This really does help. I will have to look into getting a higher quality litter box, and maybe a bigger litterbox, period, because he's a big cat!
A big cat? I definitely had to buy a larger litter box. My Tas weighed 25 lbs at one time, and trying to use the regular sized litter box was ridiculour. He only weighs 18 lbs. now, so he's just a little kitty.
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William E Krill Jr says
I have to agree. Jerk pets are not worth the bother.
The corner of the kitchen where he pees at is where two doors are. One leads to the basement; behind it is where the cat food is. Next to this door is where his bowl of food is on a chair (to keep away from dogs). Second is the door leading to out.
Lol. He loves squatting over that thing... TO POOP. If he likes pooping in it so much, what's wrong with PEEING in it?
R. Fritz says
There isn't room in the kitchen. Plus, I don't like the idea of the smell of litterbox being in a place where a) I cook and b) my family gets together to eat. Thanks for the suggestion, though!