if your feline avoids your lap like it's an alligator-laden swamp on a dark night, there may be some things you can try to turn your fur friend into a lap cat.
If you’re not scooping regularly, you could also miss catching a medical condition your cat has developed that needs attention.
If you’re seeing urine on the wall or on the floor beside the litter box, you may be dealing with a cat who is spraying or one who is just a messy Marvin when he does his business.
To determine which category your cat falls under, you’ll need to put on your investigator's hat and commence to spying. Once you figure out how your cat is missing his target, you’ll better know how to help him hit his...