- April 2, 2008 at 2:03 pm #257056
Yes, a vet visit is needed. I have had several cats in my lifetime and each and everytime they did this, they were trying to tell me something.
Sometimes stones, most times it was a UTI! Get them to the vet as soon as you can as you know how painful it can be.
You might even look into changing their food. We switched out cat to a dry cat food for Urinary Tract Health.
As for now – not much else you can do but clean it up.
We have two cats and one or both of them has started to urinate in
front of the litter box on the wood floor. It is covered and my son
scoops it every day. This just started about a week ago.
We have washed the floor with diluted OdoBan and sprinkled the area
with baking soda. We can’t smell it, but it has not discouraged them.
Is there any other product that would work?
(Apparently a visit to the vet is needed to find our if something
physically is wrong, but we work and can’t get there till Friday. What
can we do in the meantime?)
TIA for any help!
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