Are there ways to train a cat like you can train a dog?
My cat was "potty trained" but goes to the bathroom where she shouldn't now. Is there any way to "whisper" to her and train her?
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Yes I would like some tips for my pesky little cats . You could make a hub if you'd like or just reply . And yes I do like hubpages. I've been learning a lot about random stuff...
You need to lock you cat in the bathroom with the litter box. Two or three nights in a row should do the trick! Make sure that any previous accidents have been cleaned up with Odoban or Resolve. Cats usually do this because you have left them alone longer than usual or their litter box isn't as clean as they would like. If you don't have one already get an automatic litter box and use arm & hammer.
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by Makarra 5 years ago
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by Ron Karn 8 years ago
What can be done with an older cat, previously litter trained, that stops using the litter box?Do cats get senile and forget where the litter box is? Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get her to stop urinating on the carpet and various other places?
by Helena Ricketts 7 years ago
What's the best way to keep a cat from using your garden as a litter box?Our neighbor has five cats that are insisting on using a corner of our garden as their own personal outhouse. It's actually quite nasty!
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