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hey well we moved about a year ago and when we did I barely changed my cats litter box and he just started asking ( meowing ) to go outside

idk if that means that he goes potty outside or what but Would that have anything to do with him not being that playful ? and even when I do change the litter box I put him in it but he just walks away and even to the door to go outside. is it mad or is he already used to outside?

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Cats like to be clean, he probably made up his mind about the dirty litter box,he doesn't want to be near it anymore, he likes the outside, he probably outgrew the playboy kitten stage.

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cats are weird. naturally the critter wants to be outside to go on a killing rampage of small critters. nature of the beast.

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Try washing the litter box
And fresh sand
Or buy a new litter house
Cats are curious
And will investigate

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Cats are clean and don't like a dirty litter box. By not cleaning it, he has discovered the joy of pooping outside .Oh, the glory of leaving a scent and burying it with dirt and grass.

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How disgusting. You don't deserve your cat and your cat knows this, that's probably why it's meowing at the door, to escape the dreadful stench of the litter box.

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Haha well actually he always comes back to me in a few hours after hanging out with another cat
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And I had him for 3 1/2 years :)
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Haha nothing...it's truly no laughing matter!!! The only reason it probably comes back to you is for food && it haven't found another home yet. Stop being so lazy and trifling and clean that filthy litter Box!!!
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