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AlphinaNovaStar

Energetic
Has anyone made a morphable litter box? One that looks like there has been a cat around. Are there any poses for kitty using the box even if it is just hiding what they just put in there.
Serious question, why do some cats hide their crap, but other cats just deposit it in the box and walk away?
 

Satira Capriccio

Distinguished
CV-BEE
Contributing Artist
I've never met a cat who didn't cover what they left in the litter box. I'm guessing a cat that doesn't may have been taken from its mother too young before mom trained it.

Being both a predator and prey, cats are really cautious.
 
I've never met a cat who didn't cover what they left in the litter box. I'm guessing a cat that doesn't may have been taken from its mother too young before mom trained it.
If you want, I send my girl over for a visit. She's wellknown for it. And it happens because she's digging a hole at one end and instead of using it for her dump, she's standing in it with her front paws. She then covers the (empty) hole and let the rest sitting for everyone to see. Either until her younger sister comes along and covers it or I remove it.
 

Dakorillon (IMArts)

Extraordinary
Contributing Artist
I've never met a cat who didn't cover what they left in the litter box. I'm guessing a cat that doesn't may have been taken from its mother too young before mom trained it.

Being both a predator and prey, cats are really cautious.
Another reason, cat behaviouralists say, is that if you have a multi-cat household that the dominant cat will often leave it uncovered to mark the territory.
 
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