I have some questions regarding the 'normality' of some litterbox behaviors.
First, there's Harley, almost one year old, neutered. He pees in such a weird position that the fur on his hind legs (thighs?) gets wet. When he pees he spreads his hips and his bum touches the litter or the bottom of the litterbox and... well... he gets wet. Anything I can do... ummm... to teach him how not to get wet? He grooms himself after as he doesn't like being wet, but it takes him a few minutes sometimes, minutes while he sits on stuff and well you get the point... Also he is not a good coverer and I have read it is a male thing but Harley really tries to cover... He just misses... and steps into stuff... And there's litter everywhere but where it should be....
Sophie has always been a cryer, even when she was an only cat. Is it such thing as an announcer? Like 'mommy, daddy, I see that you're eating, I'm gonna go pooh now'? I really do not think it is pain ( I am hypochondriac regarding my cats).
And then there's Amelie... Well... She has OCD or something. She coveres her stuff like crazy for minutes. That is nothing though... but if anyone else uses the litterbox and we do not scoop the next minute, she goes and coveres it... like crazy. Half the litter is outside the box spread everywhere when she feels she is done. She coveres after Sophie too, not just after Harley, and Sophie is great in covering.
Anyways... any opinions?