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Pooping on the floor?

My cat, Lily, is six years old and has NEVER missed the litter box. Once she was locked out of the room with the litter box for 8 hours and didn't have an accident. Today she pooped on a pillow on the floor. My mother-in-laws dog had just barked at her. Do you think this is normal? Was she making a statement? Could she be sick? The litter box is clean.

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  • Kellyann CookeKellyann Cooke Member Posts: 373
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    If this is new behavior - you should probably see the vet and rule out anything medical. It's possible that she just had an accident - but more than likely there is an underlying issue. Check with the vet just to be sure.
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