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I adopted my kitty in Januarty. He had initial litterbox issues, but I chalked it up to adjustment.

I bought another litter box. It seemed like everything was fine. He was using both boxes. Recently he's been peeing and pooping in the bedrooms and bathrooms. When I adopted Romeo he had just been to the vet and was cleared of all health issues. Any suggestions?


  • Theresa PalmTheresa Palm Baltimore MDMember Posts: 7
    Wonder if you're using covered litter bxs? I've had cats that refuse 2 use a covered box. Also, has Romeo been neutered? Also wondering if there are other cats roaming around near your it could be a territorial issue. Good idea on purchasing the 2nd litter box. It's recommended that for every cat u have u need one extra 3 cats=4 litter bxs. Good Luck w/Romeo
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