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Omaha has territorial spraying issues. Lynette's compromise, of sorts, is that Omaha is confined to the second floor most of the time - and is allowed in the kitchen for meals, etc., but wears pants so that the kitchen isn't sprayed with urine. He doesn't seem to mind the pants, and he can walk about the kitchen spraying to his heart's content (especially by the back door, where he may sense the cats that roam outside). After trying pants from three different suppliers, their favorite is Joybies Piddle Pants. Lynette's favorite cleaning product is Anti Icky-Poo.

For futher information, visit:

The Litter Box from your Cat's Point of View Dr. Lisa Pierson has some terrific litter box tips on her site.

Solving Litter Box Problems The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS)

Cat Spraying Companion Animal Behavior Program, UC Davis

Housesoiling Cats International

When Good Cats Do Bad Things - Tips on Feline House Soiling Mar Vista Animal Medical Center

Feline Housesoiling Animal Behavior Society

Back-in-the-Box (Litter Box Behaviors) PetFinder.com Library

Help! He's Not Using the Litterbox PetFinder.com Library

If Cats Could Only Write (Resolving Feline Spraying) PetFinder.com Library

The Case of the Soiled Carpet (Urinating outside the litterbox) PetFinder.com Library

Starting Out Right With Your New Cat And The Litterbox Denver Dumb Friends League

Solving Litterbox Problems Denver Dumb Friends League

Litterbox Secrets, Part I Little Big Cat

Litterbox Secrets, Part II Little Big Cat

Litterbox Secrets, Part III Little Big Cat

Litterbox Secrets, Part IV Little Big Cat

Date last updated: 8/13/2008

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