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- April 2, 2008 at 2:03 pm #257061
Our cat does the same darned thing! She’s 17, so age
is playing a role. Two things helped for awhile; one
was to put an open litter box right next to the
covered one so that she had a choice of where to go.
The other was to get anxiety meds from the
vet–relaxing her helped to break the cycle so that
she would then stop peeing on the floor. Now I’m
afraid her kidneys are failing…not much I can do
— Peggy <email@example.com> wrote:
> 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
> 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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