Hello cat community! My boyfriend and I are driving back home with our two newly adopted 2 year old cats in the backseat! The journey has only just begun for ourselves and Opal and Slayer. Right off the bat they were friendly, loving, and cuddly. Then they were forced into their little carriers and on the road they went. We know the transition won't be easy but we want to make it as smooth as possible. We are already so in love and want them to feel comfortable as quickly as possible. They will be going from a smaller one room apartment to our three bedroom house. While the questions we have are plentiful, one major concern we both had starts with the litter box! We are already aware that one of our cats has a litter box issue ( poops right next to it, never in it)! The previous owner wasn't able to take the time to work on this. We feel hopeful that we will find a solution! We were told to initially keep them in one room while they get used to our house and smells and all that. Does that mean that we should initially keep the litter box in that room and then move it to the room we want to keep it in (downstairs laundry room) later ? Will that be too confusing to have the litter box moved twice? Should we just start it off where we want it and not do the whole confining to one room thing? Any advice is greatly appreciated! Thank you all!