Urinary issues are very common in cats, and inappropriate urination can be so frustrating to cat owners that it leads some to consider rehoming their cats. Before you go down this road, you should know that there's hope for your kitty. Not only can you learn how to best deal with urinary problems in your cat, but you can find out how to prevent some urinary issues in the first place. A cat urinates outside its litter box for one of two general reasons: a medical problem or a behavioral issue. If your cat is peeing inappropriately, the first step is to visit your veterinarian. The vet will do a physical exam of your cat and check a urine sample.
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Litter Box Misses – When Your Cat Goes Right Next to the Box
Urinating Outside the Litter Box: What to do when it’s behavioral - Just Cats Clinic
If your typically fastidious cat is ditching the litter box and peeing just about everywhere else in the house, it can easily become a problem for pet parents. Between the constant cleaning and the strong smell, a cat that is not using the litter box properly can be a source of frustration. But why do cats pee outside of the box and what can you do about it? Here are some common causes of litter box problems. Health problems might be causing your cat to pee outside of the litter box, says Dr.
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Why Is My Cat Peeing Outside Her Litter Box?
Q: I have a cat who pees inappropriately on a towel at the back door of our house. We have tried to pick up the towel, but then she pees on the area rug that is right next to the litter box. She has also peed on a cat tree that a coworker gave me. I give them only distilled water.
As a Veterinarian I am often surprised by how infrequently clients will ask about their cat who is not depositing their stool or urine in the litter box. I have learned over the many years I have been in practice to ask specifically if the cat is getting all the waste in the box. He goes nearby and since it is easy to pick up it is not a problem. I have discovered many cats for whom diabetes, early kidney failure, and other health problems were the cause of them missing the box. I have written blog posts in the past about the various health problems that can cause inappropriate elimination.