As for the spayed I don't believe in that. And vaccination don't know where to get those.Putting the cat outside is not a solution, it is ignoring the problem. Cats avoid the litter box for a reason.
You received a lot of good information here. It is the pet owners responsibility to find out what is wrong and fix it, not chuck her out the door.
Poor cat. Now, not only has she lost her home, and is at high risk from predators, cars, sick people, illness and injury, if she is ill, she'll never be diagnosed or treated, just left to suffer and be ignored the rest of her life.
Is she spayed and vaccinated, at least?
I'm praying for you, poor little unloved kitty. Hopefully she'll wander off and be rescued by someone who cares about her.
I am replying, just in case someone might see this thread and take the troll seriously.
Spaying prevents pregnancy, uterine cancer and the deadly infection of the uterus called pyometra. Spaying also reduces the risk of the cat developing breast cancer.
Spaying also eliminates the kind of litter box avoidance this poster claims to have been having a problem with.
Vaccinations of course are given at the VET.
If you actually have thrown an unspayed unvaccinated previously indoor only cat outside, she probably won't live long, unless someone rescues her and takes her in. Her risk of contracting a communicable disease is very high, not to mention she will not know how to defend herself against predators, cars or evil people. She may already have a pyometra, it's possibly why she was avoiding the litter boxes, because she was sick, in which case her death will be very painful. and she will suffer greatly. If she manages to get pregnant rather than killed, her risk of dying during the labor is high, and of course the kittens probably won't live either.