Our expert says:
Sorry to here of your problems. I suspects that the problem is behavioral associated and this could be problematic in treating as you need to identify what the initiating causes. Possible
solutions may include one or all of the following:
1) Ensure that the cat has easy access to litter trays and that the sand/crystals are changed on a regular basis.
2) Some owners place food and water bowls next to where the cat urinates as cats generally don't like urinating next to their food/water source.
3) Try and restrict the cat to certain areas of the house so that it does not have access to your little girls room e.t.c.
4) Use detergents that do not contain ammonia.
5) Please ensure that there no other cats have access to the property as this may induce a territorial response - install a cat flap that will only allow your cat access to the house.
6) If the behaviour is stress associated then try and spend more time interacting with your cat.
7) Try using certain pheromone products such as Feliway e.t.c.
8) Ask your vet about the use of progestins as a behavioral modifier. It must be noted that these products can be contraindicated so veterinary advice is paramount prior to use.
9) Please try and eliminate negative human behavioral responses/actions as this may make the problem a lot worse.
10) Contact a qualified animal behaviorist for advice.
I hope this helps.
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