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Making cats share can cause trouble

Some situations in multi-cat households where asking cats to share may create stress and possibly lead to behavior problems, writes Pam Johnson-Bennett, certified cat behavior consultant. She recommends:

  • Every cat should have their own food  and the bowls should be placed at a distance that allows everyone to eat securely
  • The general rule of thumb for a multi-cat house is to have the same number of litter boxes as you have cats, plus one extra for good measure

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Source: Modern Cat, November 14, 2019.

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