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Flynn has taken excellently to the litter box. Better than I could've imagined. I've only seen pee in one place other than the box (on his bed), but otherwise his pen has been clean. Pooping, though, well....
He poops in the box quite well. But he seems to only use one corner of it. And when the corner gets full, he will start pooping on the floor of the pen. I'm currently using a large cat litter box, paper pellet litter, with hay on top for him to eat. There is a screen and a hay box waiting for me at the post office right now to try out.
I'm hoping that by putting the hay box next to his litter box he will have more room to go in the box (he won't go where there is hay), and that maybe the screen will make it easier to clean out the poop that is in the box.
Any thoughts on why he is going on the floor of the pen? And also, will the screen "work" without hay on top of it?
Thanks for answering ANOTHER litter problem!