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"It disturbed me to see the comment about torties having a tendency to not use a litter box. I have a tortoiseshell kitty who has used her litter box from Day 1. She does not like to share a box with my other cats, so I have three litter boxes to maintain, but she has never had an 'accident' to my knowledge. However, she definitely has some serious catittude. Lexi is a tiny cat, yet she rules the roost over her brother and my older female tabby. If they get out of line, she chases them and does her best to beat them up. For that matter, if she dislikes something that one of her people does, she'll chase us, too. We call her our bi-polar kitty. In spite of her occasional nuttiness, she is usually a complete sweetie and absolutely adores my husband."
"teresa w"

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