She has never had a litter box problem and is usually very particular and neat when using the bathroom. Try not to feel overwhelmed. A cat peeing in your home can be very stressful, I know, and can lead many people to drop them off at the nearest shelter. Is your cat peeing or spraying? Any answers will be greatly appreciated.
How to stop a cat from peeing outside of the litter box
If he is neutered I would check for a urinary tract infection or crystals in his urine. Try these 9 tips to end the horror and get your kitty using that box again. Less common causes are listed later. June 22, 0 found this helpful. When my cat used to do this, she had a urinary track infection. Never change the litter that your cat uses regularly.
Peeing Outside the Litter Box: When Your Cat Needs the Vet - Catster
Maris, who is a biologist and cat behaviorist, and Signe, who is a veterinarian and pet groomer. It is easily diagnosed and remedied but you need to have the cat examined by your vet. If it persists, talk to a cat behaviorist about training options. With mu cat Knicki, it was always a bladder infection. To not address the possibility that one of those conditions might be causing the undesirable litter box problems is doing a disservice to both your cat and you. Urine soaks into the carpet and wood underneath, it smells, and is almost impossible to completely clean and eradicate.
I would also put a litter tray in the garage to see if she will use it. The high sides keeps the litter in better. Always consult with your veterinarian or a veterinary behaviorist before giving your cat any type of medication for a behavior problem. Thank you for your information. ThriftyFun is one of the longest running frugal living communities on the Internet. Does the litter box have a hood or sides that are too high? Be sure not to put them in high traffic or 'scary' areas.