Occupational Therapy: Pets
My occupational therapist has been working hard trying to develop ways for me to clean my cat’s litter box without any help. I want to be independent with this activity, so I can care for my cat when I live on my own. After a month of working together, she came up with an elevated cat box and stairs. This way, I can sit or stand if I am feeling strong enough and scoop the litter without risk of falling and or injuring my shoulder trying to lift it. I was worried that my cat would no take to this change. I had had cats before that were very particular about where their food and litter would go, and any changes upset them. I am happy to report that so far, this has worked great, and I am closer to independence!
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