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    Old September 22nd 2010, 01:38 PM
    Petejo Petejo is offline
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    Lightbulb One cat on two LK while learning

    We're wondering if it would be a good thing or not to use 2 locations with a LK on each while training our kitten to use it. Mia is a 3 months old Bengal cat that seems to be learning and getting used to new environments quite fast but we don't want to do the wrong thing with 2 locations if it can compromise her training.

    Anyone tried with 2 systems at the same time for one cat ?
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    Old September 22nd 2010, 03:16 PM
    Empat Empat is offline
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    Why do you want two locations? I thing cats are creatures of habit so like to go in the same place everytime, which is why they will go back to the same place to have an "accident".

    Still, I'm curious about what the advantage would be for you to have the cat using two loos.
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    Old September 22nd 2010, 08:09 PM
    Sintija Sintija is offline
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    There are many users of this forum that have one cat and two toilets. And they say that cat either goes to same toilet or goes to other toilet to do 'business' even though there is no LK system on.

    If you wish, you can use two LK sets but if I was you, I'd use only one and regularly check the other toilet.
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