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Either use two boxes in separate parts of the dwelling or use scented 'multi-cat' litter.

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It's probably sneezing sickness. If that's the case, you have a high chance that they won't survice a few extra months. It's extremely dangerous and contagious to other cats! Please bring them to the vet before they die!

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I think you shouldn't move on , because cat is the most cutie's pet you should have. So just happy with it

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Google is your friend

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Hello, do You try this three things:
1. If there is no power to your Smart Scoop®, make sure that the AC power supply is plugged into a working outlet.
2. Next, make sure that the breakaway power cord is connected properly.
3. Finally, verify that the clutch is in the locked position (turn it counter-clockwise). Smart Scoop® will NOT operate if the clutch is not locked.

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Make sure the box is in a low traffic area. Is there #2 in the box when it #1's outside of it. Does kitty get close to the box or just random place ?

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no you don't

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animal controllers work mostly at the one frequency and it is not a one for all frequency

so have it checked out by a reputable electronic shop for the frequency out put and then decide if it is faulty or not right for what you want

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Do you mean cat is throwing the litter out of the box? Sinply place a rubber mat underneath which isceasynto clean.
or is cat going outside the box? It could be more than one cat using box, or the box needs to be changed more frequently.

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a veterinarian can diagnose that problem accurately (presuming you want competent, experienced guidance and answers.)
it could be anything from a hairball stuck in her throat, to a benign tumor or something more serious. - - - you should take her to the vet. remember, you get the quality you are willing to pay for.

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Mineral salt rock is the best.

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Mineral salt melts ice, the other items that you mention just provide traction

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Hello, Gail -

I am not a vertinarian. However, I do know there is more than one ailment which can affect a cat's eyes. Most of them can be serious. Make an appointment with your veterinarian to have your cat's eyes examined SOON!

Best wishes.

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