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Old January 8th, 2006, 12:08 PM
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Cat licking floor by litter Box - Answered by Dr. Van Lienden

HI
I am a student that lives in an apartment with my cat. Hes is 14 years old, he has been healthy until recently. In this new apartment I noticed he was licking the floor right by his litter box and he wasn't eating as much as usual, but he still was eating. I went home for christmas and brought him and the licking stopped, and he was eating the same amount. I figured I would bring him back and get rid of this plant that he has been eating, thinking that was why he was doing that. I cleaned the floor very good, hoping the licking would stop. It didn't he is still licking the floor. Is there a reason he is doing this? Does he not like living in an apartment?

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