Dear Catster reader,
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recently got a dog & our two 8 year old cats stopped leaving our bedroom and stopped using litter, n
We own a 2 bed raised rancher style home, and initially the dog was kept down in the basement family room until she matured. she is now being let out to the whole house when we are at work. We now need to move the litter box out of the guest bedroom because of personal reasons. the kitchen and bathroom are not big enough for a litter box so the only option is a bedroom which is becoming a problem.
So we moved the food to the basement as incentive for the cats to travel outside of the bedrooms & use the basement litter. There is a gate with a cat door protecting the cat food and litter box (dog will eat cat poop, gross i know). Do you think this will work?