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If you have more than one cat, you need more than one litter box. Cats are very particular and won't eliminate in a "used" litter box. The general rule of thumb is to have one litter box per cat.
Location, location, location; sudden noises, or lack of privacy can scare a cat from using a litter box. Try moving it to a different spot.
Never punish your cat for having an accident. She won't make connection unless you catch her in act. Even then, punishment only creates fear of you, not a desire to change behavior. Use an enzyme-based cleaner to remove smell of accident. This will help prevent future soiling in that spot as smell of urine will make cat think its OK to go there.
If you notice that accidents happen in same place over and over, try putting a litter box there. Perhaps your cat prefers this spot for reasons you'll never understand. If accidents tend to happen when your cat has free run of house or while you are away, keep her confined to one room until you can watch her. Be sure to provide food, water, and that all-important litter box in whatever room you place her in. If your cat uses litter box successfully for several years, then begins to have accidents, have your veterinarian examine her for a possible urinary tract or kidney infection.
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