The 'top dog' should have his bowl placed down first, be the first to have a treat, have his leash put on first, etc. I have two other cats, one a girl, the other a boy. I tried different cleaning products to stop him from doing this but it keeps …. We have had him for 9 years, rescued him. I used vinegar and even bought Skunk Eeze. The pee HAS to be related to his toothache because both things have happened almost at the same time, but as his gingivitis has improved his peeing misconduct has worsened.
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Something you wouldn't notice yourself. If its litter box is placed in an area wherein it is constantly under watch or the cat is not comfortable in the particular area, he may not use the litter box. Not to mention we've had to throw some expensive items away despite soaking and deep cleaning. Originally Posted by catsmom21 Take her back to the vet and have her tested for urinary tract infection. Cats mark in response to conflict with other cats for the same reasons they mark in response to household changes.
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A nervous or stressed cat will react by inappropriate peeing. Urine soaks into the carpet and wood underneath, it smells, and is almost impossible to completely clean and eradicate. I'll be staying with a friend soon for a few months. There was a stray cat kind of terrorizing him outside of our house. Strong scented smells can repel a cat, and most cats prefer something soft under their feet, not lumpy. The thing to remember is that your cat is unhappy about the situation, too. He's perfectly healthy, doesn't seem stressed out at all and I clean his two litter boxes daily.
As a cat owner, I can empathize: I read your article and I thought I should post about my family issues with our cats. We have had no changes in the house. However, is there any way to solve this and prevent him from peeing anywhere else? You can't blame her actions on an infection or disease.