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Posted by: Trix | 2006/07/21

Cats pee in house!!! HELP!!

My cats drives be crazy!! They pee in the house. I had to lift all my carpets and put laminated floors in. What can I do.
My two elder cats (female 7 years old) never did that. It started when I got the other 2 (male and female 3years old). All of them are spayed and nuted. I have tried everything. Litter boxes all over, spray from the vet you name it. There is more than enough dry place for them to do their business. I leave the doors open during the day so they can come and go as they pleases. I think it is the male and one of the elder females.
I had them checked by my vet to see if there is something medically wrong, but they are fine.

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

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Cats will mark territory and that is probably why the older cat began only after the others arrived. It may be advisable to have a cat behaviour practitioner visit you to eliminate other causes.

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Posted by: Melbalina | 2006/07/21

The only thing left to do is to call in an Animal Behaviouralist, specialising in Cats. It sounds behaviour-orientated and they can advise you what to do. Good luck!

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