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    Old September 27th 2011, 04:12 AM
    mommacoop725 mommacoop725 is offline
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    I have just started using the LK and it is on the bathroom floor. My male cat stands on the LK but most of his pee is sprayed off the back side of the LK. Any suggestions?? My female also seems to have a bad aim and doesn't get all of her pee in th LK.
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    Old September 28th 2011, 07:20 PM
    Kimura Kimura is offline
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    I never had to deal with this, so I'm afraid I don't have much advice.. but it seems to be a fairly common problem, and will hopefully resolve itself as your cats progress. Try using the search function and see what threads you can find.. I know there are a few!

    For now though, you'll probably just have to deal with it.. get some puppy pads or something on the floor to protect it and make your job easier. Once the cats move up onto the toilet, you can only hope it resolves itself.. and if it still doesn't, then hopefully by either amber or green as the cats move forward around the hole.

    Gotta tell you though, it's not a very pleasent experience since LK training takes a long time and you will probably be wiping pee from places for a while.

    Good luck!
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    Old September 28th 2011, 08:35 PM
    Norwegiangirl85 Norwegiangirl85 is offline
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    Maybe this thread has some advice for you? :http://www.litterkwitter.com/forums/...light=standing
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