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We actually sent a sample of her feces to a lab to see if she had a worm or anything but turned up negative. Maybe we should take to the vet to see if there's anything else.

I've grown up with cats my whole life and have always only had one litterbox. I've never heard of having a different litterbox per cat, but maybe we'll give it a shot and see what happens. Also it could be the litter, we use tidy cats. What other kind of litter could we use?
One box per cat, plus one is the very common "rule of thumb".. Some cats don't like to share litter boxes. Some cats prefer to pee in one and poop in another, its an instinctive thing.

If you are using a covered box, add an uncovered box. Many cats dislike covered boxes.

But please, take her to the vet, urinary tract infections hurt, and they don't get better on their own, they get worse and the kidneys can get infected.

Is she spayed?
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