Scoop out litter box problems in cats

Scoop out litter box problems in cats

Use this questionnaire to help clients identify and resolve inappropriate elimination problems in their cats.
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Oct 30, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

One of the top reasons for relinquishment or euthanasia of cats is inappropriate elimination. So in order to keep your clients’ feline friends where they should be—in happy, healthy homes—it’s important to tackle litter box problems head on—before they become unresolvable issues.

Download this handout to help clients identify their cats’ problem elimination habits and work toward long-term solutions.

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