They are both free to go outside at any time. Give your peeing-freely cat a lot of extra attention to make him feel safe, while also making sure he has some space of his own. Never yell or use physical force if your cat pees in the house. Answered in 1 minute by:. In fact, I looked right at an X-ray of her bladder and saw just how clear and healthy it is, and heard good results from the tests they ran on her blood and urine. I have put them side by side and kitty smells the baby. When was her last visit to the vet?
Also any ideas of what tests the vet will try? Really at wit's end if it was my cat I would be taking to vets getting advice doing all I can to have a happy well balanced cat!!!! I'm getting bloodwork results back tomorrow. I would take him to the vet for a check-up, he could have a urinary infection. Originally Posted by mikeb View Post.
How do you change that? Clean any soiled areas with an enzyme product so he can no longer smell it. Cats are quite prone to struvite crystals. Figure out the kind of litter your cat prefers. The real benefit lies in playing and feeding. Whenever a formerly clean kitty begins to soil out of box, she is usually trying to communicate some sort of pain or distress to her human "mom" or "Dad".
In fact, she will go to whatever spot she chooses and just plop down and pee. I had a bad habit of leaving piles of clothes around, so that was the initial area I noticed the offensive odor. There is a reason for this behavior, and it's up to you to figure out why or it will continue. My sister has a cat that sometimes pees himself in his sleep. He has stopped using the litterbox for peeing only, he will poo in there. His sister started peeing in our bed last night.