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Litterbox issues are a big concern for many cat owners. Indoor cats, after all, must go somewhere. And when a cat starts peeing or pooping outside his litterbox, it's something that must be addressed.
Here are some of the causes:
These are just a few of the typical issues, but there are many more possible reasons. And since health-related issues can play such a large role, ruling out medical causes is strongly recommended as a first line of defense.
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