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I am a first time cat owner so I am hoping that from now on I will be a much better cat parent.
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been reading all the post and I have went through things like this to. I have a huge cat of 23lbs, yes 23lbs! a reg normal xtra large cat box was to small so he stopped using it and was pooping and peeing outside the box, not enough room for him to turn around in. next litter box was a tote box with us cutting out a door and not using a lid. worked good for a long time then all the sudden he started pooping on my rag rug and peeing in his bed. Thought he is being a turd and being jelous cause my son brought home a ferret. well I noticed when I changed his litter that it really reeked! Then he stopped eating & drinking. a trip to the vet and a shot for pain cause we didn't know if it was his hips or if he was having a uti, got meds for that. I had to physically pick him up every 4 hours and take him to the bathroom and place him in the box. at first it was trickles then it was little balls, then it finally got bigger pee balls. I switched cat litters to, I used to hav ethe plain old type now I use the scoop so as soon as he goes I can scoop it out, the vet thought that maybe cause I had used the other and it had smelled so bad he was holding it and gave him self a uti. I really couldn't smell anything.
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