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how do I get my kitty to start pooping in litter box again?

I have 8 yr old kitty that always used litter box to poop until recently, now uses floor. (2mo) Took to vet, he is fine, vet said behavior issues but offered no solution. Uses box to pee. No changes in his or our routines. Very clean litter, no changes in box. Clean floor after he soils very good. He has always been very close to me and I have been under a lot of stress due to family health issues. (2mo) What can I do to get him back to using box? Please help, thanks in advance.

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  • Arna CohenArna Cohen Member Posts: 565
    Accepted Answer
    It's probably stress that is affecting your kitty as well. Go to catinfo.org, thehappylitterbox.com and catsinternational.org for advice on diagnosing and solving litter box problems. Good luck. Purring for you.
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