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My cat is pooping around the house


Hi there,

OK, so the fact your cat has just started to do this is a sign it could be feeling a tad threatened. Has any other pets been introduced to the family? Is there any way other cats could have been allowed to gain access to your house? Or it may be a small change such as moving the litter box or perhaps even moving a lot of things around the house (moving rooms?).

The reason being 'middening' is not only marking a scent, but is a visual sign of marking its territory. Firstly you need to get to the bottom of why this is happening and then concentrate on stopping the problem.

- Do not scould or discipline the cat, you have to make him feel safe and secure again

- You could try confining the cat to one room, or in a pen. It may seem an extreme move but its all about making the cat feel comfortable again and able to use his litter tray with confidence. He will not be middening for no reason and the situation must be treated seriously. Re-introduce the cat to the rest of the house slowly and monitor any changes in behaviour or continued pooing.

- Make sure you stop anything thats unsettling the cat, such as other cats using cat flap etc and not leaving him alone for long periods of time.

- If this behaviour reucurrs before the wee one is born, you may need to introduce them to each other slowly. We don't want the cat to feel pushed out or threatened again.

I hope this was of some help.

Danger :)

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move the cat to the mouse hole move the cheese to get the mouse to come out cat chases mouse then u move the cheese on the scales tip the fish bowl so that the fish is on the scale and the trap falls catching the cat and your done

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