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If you’re bringing a new kitty home, regardless of the cat’s age, do your best to set your new feline up for success in his or her new home.  One way to do this, is to provide an easy-to-get-to litterbox with “appealing” litter. 

One such type of litter is called Cat Attract and is available at most pet supply stores.  Cat Attract has a scent that entices kitties to use it isn’t that great?  So, whether you’re welcoming a new cat home, or have a cat who has a tough time “hitting” the litterbox, you might want to try Cat Attract. 

Certainly, though, if your cat continues to have problems using the litterbox, contact a qualified cat behavior consultant for help. 

The Michigan Humane Society has a free Behavior Help Line at 248-650-1059.
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