I echo the sentiment that you should not have other animals. They have to have some privacy while urinating. Will Convivial House Cat stop it? There are actually 2 possible reasons causing urinating problem. My cats are intuitive, intelligent, and make my house feel like a home. Millions upon millions of cats and dogs are put to death in the US annually because there are simply not enough homes for them all.
Kitty Naughty Potty: Causes and Cures by Dr. Jane Leon
I just had surgery on August 26th and havent been in the bedroom sleeping for 3 weeks.. First try to identify all possible problems. Kato had been peeing on her bed at least twice a week so we stopped his access to her room to prevent him from peeing in there. Thanks Cathy for reaching out to us. Once they begin to urinate outside of the litter box, they continue with this behaviour because your carpet, furniture, or bed have the smell of their urine. There are also videos on line. Peeing everywhere in the house is also common when the trouble is not of a urinary origin.
What Are the Causes of Cats Urinating & Defecating on Furniture? - Pets
What to do if your cat is stressed? Good luck to you and your kitty! What is the number one trigger for cats not using their litter box? On clothes Did your cat get ticked off at you and decide your pile of clean laundry was a great place to get revenge? Punishment should not be used. While you are sorting the issue out, you can restrict access to the bed by keeping the bedroom door closed, or try putting a litterbox in the bedroom — although often the behavior will continue even if a litterbox is nearby. First of all, you need to examine the problem as a cat owner.
A box that is too high or too small box will annoy your cat when using it. So glad you took time to figure out what was wrong with Lucy. Older cats with arthritis, muscular diseases or other age-related issues also may be unable to get to the litter box on time. If your cat isn't pleased with his litter box situation for whatever reason, he may just decide to let you know it by relieving himself everywhere but inside the tray -- uh oh. Have you taken him to a vet? Cats are picky about their litter boxes.