Female cat peeing everywhere but in l...
Ilovecats

Brisbane, Australia

#508 Feb 14, 2012
My cat has been doing the exact same thing as yours she 6 years old and poos in her litter box as normal but pees everywhere welli a specific place actually she pees under the desk in our computer room it gets us so annoyed how dud you cat get over it PLEASE tell us we need help and the vets not helping
Brittany Valentine

Clayton, NC

#509 Feb 20, 2012
My female adult cat just peed in the corner of my living room. Right on the hardwood, just popped a squat and peed. She's never done this before. None of the cats I have now have ever had problems using the litterbox. The multiple litterboxes that I clean daily, I've been using the same litter as long as I've had them, and I haven't moved the boxes. My mind is completely boggled. Does anyone know why she'd suddenly do this? My other female cat is pregnant, and I was curious if that would make the other two cats, in my home, act strange?
ashley

Whitby, Canada

#510 Mar 7, 2012
my cat of 2 years just pees everywhere she pees on tables, tv stand, what evers on table and shoes and coats what should I do I m so tied of it she just started it.
prestonandashley stoker

Almond, NC

#511 Mar 8, 2012
We have four cats. A nuetered male and three females. I have had problems before with two females peeing in laundry baskets and on carpet. Ruled out illness and liter box filth. They have two liter boxes. They still continue to do this. We rescue, so refuse to send them to a shelter. Someone plz help. Sprays only send them to a new spot.
Really irritated

Eugene, OR

#512 Mar 15, 2012
My female cat uses her litter box regularly, and I keep it clean, however, this morning I woke up and the girly had peed on me! I don't know what to do.
ginger

Buckhannon, WV

#513 Mar 18, 2012
Hi, my cat loves to pee on bathroom rugs, When we moved i said ill throw them out and start fresh well it took less than a day for her to pee on my new rugs, mad as heck now, i close both bathroom doors at all times., if we forget just once after cleaning with vinegar shell get in there so fast it isnt funny. now she has decide that any where but the litter box is a good place to pee as close to the box as possible, i have put down plastic all around the boxes and about 5 feet away and still she pees on them. its insane, we have tried new box new unsented litter took the tops off the other two, now i have two cats and three boxes and everyone seems to poop in the box but she, i have renamed her from puddin to pissy puddin haha i know its not funny but it is getting old. she peed in the hall at my daddys house near the litter box and we didnt know for a month that she was doing it, im sorry but there is no spray on earth goin to remove it from the padding under the carpet, i am at my end with this cat, SOME ONE HELP ME, AND DONT SAY TAKE TO VET DONE THAT NO GOOD, I USE CORN FIND GRATED LITTER AND FELINE PINE, i hate clumping clay litter its so messy and both are unsented that i have
Emcee

Winnipeg, Canada

#514 Mar 29, 2012
If it's the litter, after declawing there is a special litter you can use that is made out of little pellet like pieces of news paper. It's larger than normal liter and is MUCH easier on the claws as it is not rough and isn't small enough to get between the paws. It's a bit of a pain to clean up, and it has to be cleaned out more often, but it is the safest bet with your cat
himalayan kitty

Shallotte, NC

#515 Apr 2, 2012
i just got a 6 year old himalayan 2 days ago. everythings seems to be going ok with the transition. but since i have had her she has pee'd only 2 times. and not in the litter box. she has poop in her litter box. she seems to be alittle stiff when u go to pick her up.i dont know if she just dont want to be messed with or what. u can feel her bones in her back. the people i got her from said they had a house full of cats/dogs. sso im thinking that she was not eating there. the other animals were eating the food. she has a whatever attituide. on the way home she did not cry, meow, or anything. she just laid down and went to sleep.the people i got her from said they have a bad flea infestion in their home. and the cat has blad spots, little hair here and there.i was scared at first when i saw her. i told the people that i do have children so i dont think they would give me a cat that is badly sick. she eats and drinks good her. i have noticed that she has a time eating hard food.i know i need to get her to the vet. but i was just wondering if anyone had a simalar cas as mine.
missiecat

Brisbane, Australia

#516 May 24, 2012
FatFreddysCat wrote:
Some of my cats are just dirty pissers. It does'nt matter whether the cat boxes are clean, plentiful or in every convenient location. The males will spray as that is what male cats do to mark their territory. The females will also mark, and both genders will be too lazy to go to the box or ask to go outside. These individuals have a little heated cat barn to live in, as they have lost their house privileges. The cats who are clean get to live in the house. Once in a great while someone might be ill and have an accident, which is tolerable, but the incorrigible ones just aren't allowed indoors. This recount is not much help to those folks who can't have the cat live in the barn. Sorry.
Why dont you just get them desexed, that way the males dont spray everywhere, the females will be happy everyone happy.
missiecat

Brisbane, Australia

#517 May 24, 2012
why not just get the cats de-sexed, this will solve the problems, they will stop spraying everyone happy.

it also keeps them in good health.
missiecat

Brisbane, Australia

#518 May 24, 2012
himalayan kitty wrote:
i just got a 6 year old himalayan 2 days ago. everythings seems to be going ok with the transition. but since i have had her she has pee'd only 2 times. and not in the litter box. she has poop in her litter box. she seems to be alittle stiff when u go to pick her up.i dont know if she just dont want to be messed with or what. u can feel her bones in her back. the people i got her from said they had a house full of cats/dogs. sso im thinking that she was not eating there. the other animals were eating the food. she has a whatever attituide. on the way home she did not cry, meow, or anything. she just laid down and went to sleep.the people i got her from said they have a bad flea infestion in their home. and the cat has blad spots, little hair here and there.i was scared at first when i saw her. i told the people that i do have children so i dont think they would give me a cat that is badly sick. she eats and drinks good her. i have noticed that she has a time eating hard food.i know i need to get her to the vet. but i was just wondering if anyone had a simalar cas as mine.
shes 6 she has been used to being somewhere else,
missiecat

Brisbane, Australia

#519 May 24, 2012
She is 6, she has been used to living some where else with others, cats are like humans, only they are super beings, they need to have security, you willhave to be very patient & kind to this girlie.
I have always had cats, they are treated like royaltie, the egyptians worshiped them, & they give so much back in return, keeping everything clean is the most important thing to a cat, dishes
the litter box, re training her with kindness.
Heather

Hamilton, Canada

#521 Jun 26, 2012
Oh my i have a 14 yr old cat who has cystitis and just came back from the vet on pills for impacted bowels and so is on two types of meds and then a shot of adequin every two weeks. Before realizing the problem, she was peeing on my husbands lazy boy chair in the basement. Since it is leather, of course it runs down onto the carpet, i have been using the vinegar water followed by the peroxide n baking soda. It really does get rid of the smell but she keeps peeing!! I dont think shes in pain anymore, but seems to have made this chair peeing a habit that i cant break.If i had to put her down i would just die since otherwise she is a great sweet cat. Any tips for breaking a bad habit?
Brandy

Costa Mesa, CA

#522 Jul 1, 2012
barbara wrote:
Hi,
We don't have any animals, but I found urine on our front door, about 5 inches up, this morning. I also found some cat poop on our doormat on the side of the house. What does this mean?? I think it is cat poop. Thanks.
Barbara
I know this is an old post, but I feel compelled to answer it. This is sad. To me, it seems that this kitty is lost or homeless and seems to be trying to mark a home for itself. Marking he front door and doormat says "I want to come in and live here." Poor kitty. I hope someone took her in.
Brandy

Costa Mesa, CA

#523 Jul 1, 2012
TrilbyKat wrote:
Sharon, is it that you have to come up with a stud fee to get her mated? Once you know that she is healthy and doesn't have a urinary track infection, you may try finding a Ragdoll owner who will accept a pick of the litter in lieu of a fee.
Try keeping all the doors closed until you can deduce what is wrong. The vet is absolutely the first stop. Stress can cause bladder problems, too. Putting food bowls in some of the areas you've cleaned will help keep the cats from urinating there again, as they don't like to soil near where they eat.
Until you can find out what is wrong, you may want to put newspaper down in some of the spots they are peeing in to aid with clean-up. Let us know what the vet said and how you're doing.
Are you people crazy???? Why are you encouraging her to put more kittens into the world when millions are dying in the pounds?????!!!!!

Anyone who breeds dogs or cats now should go to prison!!!!
Rome Kitty

Chicago, IL

#524 Jul 2, 2012
Both my cats are 7. Never had any issues with them. Now 1 of them has taken a liking of pooping to my area rug (Rome ) and the other (Kitty) has taken a habit of peeing on my hard wood floor ( right next to the litter box). I have taken both to a vet, they are fine, bought them plug in ( that look like air fresher) it is suppose to relieve any stress. Nothing . Bought 2 brand new litter boxes ( thinking perhaps the boxes were old).. Nope. I have tried everything Nyone has told me . I do work a lot , but it's nothing new to them , it's always been this way. I love Rome & Kitty to pieces but I am so burnt out . I come home to clean up after them every day. They are ruining my floor and my rug. I don't want to give them up I love them dearly but the cleaning up is becoming so frustrating and has now become more expensive than caring for them.. Ideas????
Julie H

Greenville, SC

#525 Jul 8, 2012
I have a cat that was given to us. She is about 1 1/2 years old. We have had her for almost a year. About 5 or 6 months ago she just started peeing in different places around me house. Under my sons bed, on my bags that had stuff in them, any clothes or blankets left in the floor (with 2 boys it happens often)on my sons bed and on my bathroom rugs. We scoop the cat litter every day. About the same time she started going into heat. We don't have the money right now to get her fixed but it is driving me crazy. We love her but it is nasty. But its not something she does every day. I think it may have something to do with her going in heat. We have had other cats in our house so it may be that too. Please help before my husband gets rid of her!
Chelseas human

Australia

#526 Jul 25, 2012
I love my Chelsea but she pees everywhere. She is 7 years old and has been peeing inside for about 6 months. Every time we clean up her pee she goes and does it again. We have seen her do it. She looks just like a male cat spraying his territory. Do cats have gender identity issues like humans do? Why does she behave like a male? Is it because we had her neutered when she was a baby?
Help!
Chelsea's human
MamaGreekx2

Hanover Park, IL

#527 Jul 27, 2012
Hello,

I have a 8 year old female cat who with in the past several months, has taken up peeing on the front door.(I think she's afraid of out 2yr dog,who just wants to play with her,as she does our other cat. We also have a 9 yr old dog,who she could care less about.) Whether its on the door or the corners of the door. At first it was the area carpet that she would frequent, but that has long been gone. Our door is wooden and is in the sun most of the time and having the weather be in the high 90's in Chicago..well it smells bad when the sun beads in.. HELP..not sure what to do..My husband wants to put her to sleep,but that isn't fair.

“Women (and cats) of WoW unite!”

Since: Jul 07

San Diego, but now: The Woods

#528 Jul 30, 2012
Brandy wrote:
<quoted text>Are you people crazy???? Why are you encouraging her to put more kittens into the world when millions are dying in the pounds?????!!!!!
Anyone who breeds dogs or cats now should go to prison!!!!
Sharon wanted to breed her pedigreed Ragdoll, a popular and lovable breed. Breeders who keep intact cats sometimes have to deal with urine/scent marking behaviors, even with a perfectly healthy cat.

While I agree that random bred pets should always be fixed and kitten and puppy mill owners prosecuted, conscientious breeders should certainly be allowed to breed their animals for the written Breed Standard. Preserving genetically sound bloodlines and enhancing them is something a good breeder strives for. Between vet care, quality diet, pedigree registration, show fees and more, many breeders put more money in than they ever make. They are doing this for love of the breed.

There are rescue organizations for most breeds, as people are passionate about getting these animals into quality homes. Animals that do not conform to the Breed Standard (and even some that do) are usually fixed unless there is another trait that needs to be preserved genetically, such as head or body shape, hardiness, etc.

I hope, that as time goes by, breeds that have inherent health problems resulting from their Breed Standard (such as the flat-faced Persians and French Bulldogs) will be modified to improve the breed's well being.

People who raise and support their breed are ambassadors for all pets as they raise interest and awareness of just how special companion animals can be. People who adopt from shelters or rescue organizations are often drawn to animals who resemble their pedigreed counterparts. Even Hemingway's polydactyl cats (who are various breeds) are in a controlled breeding and care program.

The problem with an overabundance of unwanted pets would stop overnight if every pet owner was as conscientious as a good breeder.

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