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( GA JW 8/29/18 evsanalytics6 )
The bottom line is this – so many of the reasons that animals, both dogs and cats, are turned into shelters are things that can be addressed and helped by your vet. This is especially true if it's a new behavior. For example, what if you couldn't talk, and you kept going into your bathroom, and 3 other people used it before you and no one flushed? What would you do? You’d go somewhere else. What if it was the only bathroom in the house? If it were me, I’d consider peeing in the sink. If my brain was the size of a cat's, I’d definitely pee in the sink!
Some things aren't that simple. However, sometimes having another person try to look at the situation from another angle is pretty darned helpful. The cat that belonged to the lady at the bar? She’s going to the vet this week. NOT to the shelter.