Weekly Pets Quiz: Pet Toys, Overweight Pets and Pain Management

1 Feline inappropriate elimination — a fancy name for those times when kitty pees (or poops) outside the litterbox — accounts for how many of all reported behavior problems in cats?

  • About 20%
  • About 1/4
  • About half

    Feline inappropriate elimination — a fancy name for those times when kitty pees (or poops) outside the litterbox — accounts for about half of all reported behavior problems in cats. Sadly, it's the reason pet owners give most often when they relinquish their kitty to an animal shelter. Cats relieve themselves outside the litterbox for a number of reasons, some having to do with natural feline tendencies, and others involving their environment. Often there are both natural and situational factors underlying a problem with inappropriate elimination. Learn more

  • More than half

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