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Topic: Re:Re:cat litter advice?
Posted by: Delilah Hall
Date/Time: 21/11/15 23:08:00

Your cats are naturally disorientated. Try confining them to one room for a while, with food/bed/litter trays (all apart from each other of course) and give them plenty of company.
Cats who are used to going outside, even if they use a tray at night, are going to be reluctant to use a tray during the day and they need time to adjust.
Slowly reintroduce them to the rest of the house, always showing them where their litter tray is.
It might take some time, so be patient. If necessary, shut off some of the more vulnerable rooms for now.. bedding and clean washing seems to be an attractive alternative for a litter tray!

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
cat kitter advice?21/11/15 22:25:00 Judith Forrest
   Re:cat litter advice?21/11/15 22:30:00 Gordon McDonald
      Re:Re:cat litter advice?21/11/15 23:08:00 Delilah Hall
         Re:Re:Re:cat litter advice?22/11/15 09:20:00 Lucy Chambers
            Re:cat litter advice?22/11/15 10:07:00 Delilah Hall
               Re:Re:cat litter advice?22/11/15 10:22:00 Claire Moran
                  Re:cat litter advice?22/11/15 10:49:00 Delilah Hall
                  Re:Re:Re:cat litter advice?23/11/15 12:41:00 Judith Forrest
                  Re:Catproof Garden ? 23/11/15 13:39:00 Richard Greenhough
               Re:Re:cat litter advice?23/11/15 12:40:00 Judith Forrest
            Re:Re:Re:Re:cat litter advice?23/11/15 12:38:00 Judith Forrest
         Re:Re:Re:cat litter advice?23/11/15 12:34:00 Judith Forrest
      Re:Re:cat litter advice?23/11/15 12:35:00 Judith Forrest
         Re:Re:Re:cat litter advice?23/11/15 13:16:00 Kate Beard
            Re:Re:Re:Re:cat litter advice?23/11/15 13:34:00 Judith Forrest
   Re:cat kitter advice?22/11/15 11:55:00 Louise Cole
      Re:Re:cat kitter advice?23/11/15 14:26:00 Claire Moran
         Re:Re:Re:cat kitter advice?23/11/15 14:26:00 Claire Moran

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