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By  gracehi  |  38

You have a few options, OP. 1) Take your cat with you everywhere you go. To work, to the gym, on dates. Everywhere. 2) Cover every square inch of your home with litter boxes. Litter boxes on the floor, litter boxes on your furniture, litter boxes on your appliances. Everywhere. 3) Try leaving the radio on a talk radio station before you go anywhere so your cat doesn't feel so alone. It could work. Personally, I'd go with option 2.

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By  gracehi  |  38

You have a few options, OP. 1) Take your cat with you everywhere you go. To work, to the gym, on dates. Everywhere. 2) Cover every square inch of your home with litter boxes. Litter boxes on the floor, litter boxes on your furniture, litter boxes on your appliances. Everywhere. 3) Try leaving the radio on a talk radio station before you go anywhere so your cat doesn't feel so alone. It could work. Personally, I'd go with option 2.

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  Lalala579121  |  38

I personally prefer 1. There ain't no icebreaker like already having your pet there. Just start off with the line "hey, do you want to meet my cat who shits everywhere when I'm not around?"

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  claudiajean  |  38

Also you can get a feliway! It's a wall plug in that releases (odourless) hormones or something to that nature, it really helped calm our rescue cat when we first adopted him :)

By  bsshooter  |  20

or stick cat in travel cage, either cat shits in temporary containment(on itself) or it doesn't.

By  Osafune  |  40

Is she your only pet? Getting another cat might help out with the anxiety. That way she'll at least have someone to keep her company while you're gone.

By  mcaisse77  |  25

It's not really the best option, but my brother's dog has severe separation anxiety, and she's on Prozac. So far, it has been the only thing that truly helps. The radio and the crate didn't work, she just pooped in her crate instead. If you're willing to medicate your pet, it might work.

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  HelloBl4nk3t  |  25

there's so many other options than those two. tell him training classes are a huge help. it helps build his dog's confidence and he will be more independent, rather than pill poping his dog. socialization and training a HUGE when it comes to an anxious dog. usually it's caused from a lack of those things.

By  Catdragon  |  50

One of my cats piss on my bed if I don't keep an eye on her. this comes from my mom pissing on my bed originally and stinking it up. my cat thought this was acceptable behavior. no matter if I take a shower and change clothes, wash them I still smell like cat and human piss.

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