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    I have many cats and often must deal with what seems to be the three most common behaviour problems in cats.

    House Soiling, I have found if you move the trays since cats are creatures of habits and do not like change you will find they will soil to show their disapproval, if they do not like a person in your home or sometimes, they will soil to tell you they are not well.

    Sometimes the litter will be too harsh clumpy or not to their liking if they get used to a form of litter and this is changed, they can change and start soiling out of the box,

    This is an area I often must keep on top of and have to sometimes retrain a cat and check for any health reasons like blood in poo or any health issues.

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    Scratching issues with a new cat joining the group one of the cats scratching furniture or doorways taping the paws and showing the scratch post if the scratch post is unsteady cats may not use it to have steady posts changed some cat’s behaviour.

    Aggression a cat chewing and biting Reg loved to go for the other cats and bite showing love and attention and a light tap has made a big difference also Reg needed to find his way in the group with the cats being inside feed and drank and shown attention on their terms the cats are getting on well and Reg is not aggressive and has settled in nicely.

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