We had this same problem with our female cat that we ended up having to get rid of. Wherever she would lay, there'd be a tiny little wet spot and our entire couch ended up reeking of cat urine. We brought her to the vet, and they didn't find anything unusual and gave us anit-anxiety meds for her. That didn't help, and getting rid of her was hard enough, but now about 6 months later my male cat is doing the same thing. He is neutered and otherwise healthy, though a little bit overweight. He's only 5, and I've had him since he was a kitten and I could not get rid of him too, but my husband is going crazy and threatning to give him up. We do not have enough money to pay vet bills. Please, I'm so scared I'll lose him!
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11/6/06 at 1:49pm