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Cats are considered perfect pets by many people because they’re
relatively self-sufficient. If we provide a few basics—like a clean
litter box, fresh water and access to nutritious food—they share our
lives without demanding constant care. However, this same benefit can
sometimes create problems when things go awry. When a cat develops a
behavior problem, pet parents are often at a loss as to how to solve it.

As with dogs, many behavior problems in cats can be resolved with a change
in management of your pet or your pet’s environment. For instance, litter
box problems can often be dealt with by changing the presentation of the
box, the litter or other factors associated with use of the box. (For a
complete discussion of litter box problems and how to resolve them, please


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