V.F., Woodlands, Texas

Cat Behaviorist Update on Urination Behavior Issue: December 2013 Hello Mieshelle & June, Please excuse the delay in my update as I have been ill with the flu in the last two weeks. Since my call with Mieshelle, I have (advice removed) door entrance of my apartment where she was fixated to urinate. (Advice removed), she headed to her litter boxes in the restroom. Restroom– Adora has the original (advice removed) litter box behind the door and the second box on the opposite was no longer has litter as advised, only (advice removed). Adora instantly now for a month has been using that (advice removed) inside the box primarily for her urination and the other box with the litter for her defecation and the odd time urination. She appears to be more content and happy with this arrangement so far and this has also alleviated my stress tremendously along with not having to feel embarrassed every time I have guests that cannot enter my apartment only to see her urination on the puppy pad on their first step. I do notice that (advice removed) away from that zone. I also reward her with her favorite brushing as I cannot provide her any treats. I thank you very much for this solution. It has worked so far and I hope this momentum and new habit will continue for both our sakes! Let me know if there is anything else I should be doing. Thanks again. Kind regards, V.F. Woodlands, Texas