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    Old December 10th 2006, 10:44 PM
    Anna C-W Anna C-W is offline
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    Default Driving me mad

    Help - I'm at the end of my tether! For some unknown reason my cat, Jasper has decided to poo on the floor. He was doing fine on Amber until last week. He still wees in the toilet but poos on the floor of the bathroom. I've tried objects on the floor, aluminium foil that has nearly covered the whole bathroom. He will find the smallest uncovered spot and do his business there. Unfortunately I can't catch him at it as he goes sometime in the small hours of the night or when I'm out at work.
    Has anyone got any advice as I'm seriously thinking of going back to his litter tray!!
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    Old December 11th 2006, 04:05 AM
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    You might try going back a stage or putting the red tray under the amber for a while. I got some puppy housebreaking pee pads so that when my second cat, Mojo, misses - as he always does - it lands on something disposable.
    You might also try putting some TP in the toilet to minimize the splashing when he poops.
    Hope this helps
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    Old March 15th 2007, 02:44 PM
    twincats twincats is offline
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    Default Jasper = poo

    I just cleaned up poo on the floor next to the toilet (were on Green stage) and then i read this and think maybe its because his names Jasper! Met and ex/failed LK user the other day, also cat named Jasper :P
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