|12-16-2009 05:43 PM|
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|12-16-2009 04:39 PM|
We are replacing all the carpeting in our house with wood floors right now. That last puppy finally did in the carpet completely and irrevocably.
|12-16-2009 04:09 PM|
Does he still use the box too? Have you changed litter brand?
If you let the box go too bad, he may have spite peed or just peed elsewhere. Now that he's done it, he'll keep going back there. Make sure you clean the affected area thoroughly, and if possible, follow up with some of that cat pee eating enzyme. If he no longer smells it, he may stop using the area.
Finally, a visit to the vet is a good idea, as a sudden change in behavior is often a sign of a developing health issue. I sincerely hope it's not that. I discovered this first hand and lost one of my cats earlier this year to a large sarcoma in his tummy.
After an appropriate mourning period, we went to the adoption center and instead af getting one cat, we got two more. We now have four, and I keep telling my wife we are on the road to becoming crazy cat people. However, the little bastards are a brother and sister, so we couldn't break them up, and they are cute as the dickens, whatever that is, and they've really injected a lot of life into the two aging boys we already had.
|12-16-2009 04:05 PM|
|inzgary||If theres another cat in the house he could just be territorial.|
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|12-16-2009 02:30 PM|
|schnutzy||this is y i stick with dogs. or, maybe he is trying to become an outside cat, just hasnt quite gotten the scratching on the door bit|
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|RatherBNarizona||are you sure it wasn't Cain?|
|12-16-2009 01:57 PM|
|MCDavis||Cat Newsletter - How to Avoid Cat Urine Spraying, cat spraying</|
|12-16-2009 01:51 PM|
no more pets...
Someone please enlighten me as to why my neutered male cat has all of a sudden taken to peeing on the door.