InterrogatorThe owner is very distraught about this and, although I am sure they will be fine for a few days while they travel, the question is "should we find another home for one of them?" "One of them" being the black cat. Soooooo........we walked around and looked at all their things together. I noticed both litter boxes were beside each other in the basement (a nice basement) and their feeding stations were in two different rooms. I thought it was good to separate them at feeding time for now but I was concerned about the litter boxes. I suggested that they take one of them and place it on the first floor of the house or if preferred, the second floor. I thought that part of their peeing outside the box problem was because the white one probably did not want to be in a box when the black one approached. Also they were both using both boxes. Perhaps if they are separated they may choose one for themselves although they could still want to use both. I noticed they use pine clumping litter, "great", and she keeps it very clean.
The reason I am posting this is because I would love to hear some of your suggestions for these two cats, one is 6years (black) and one is 8 years (white). I would like to help this family so they do not have to find a new home for their beloved cat. They really do want to keep them both.
It's going to be a FUN weekend. In between Thanksgiving celebrations I will be very busy caring for some of the sweetest, most gorgeous felines on this planet of whom I am very thankful.
By the way, besides all my personal blessings I am also very thankful for all my blogging friends that I have made since last February. I have learned so much, met so many lovely families through pictures along with all your adorable cats and dogs. I learn new things every day and am in awe of some of your talents. I Am So Thankful for our Friendship.