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Cat peeing.

post #1 of 4
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My cat keeps peeing everywhere.
Mostly in my brothers room.

About 2 months ago he got out (he is an inside cat how loves the outside world)
and got in a cat fight.

He lost(got bit on his back side).. Then he hid.
We took him to the vet about 5 or 6 days later they emptied the puss.

What should we do?
post #2 of 4
Welcome to TCS!

I would take him to a vet. It is possible he has a Urinary Tract Infection(UTI). It is very painful to pee. And, being a male, he can completely block up(be unable to pee) & can die from that. Sorry to freak you out, but it is a scary thing to go through, for the kitty & you.
post #3 of 4
A cat who pees outside of his litterbox may have a urinary tract infection. It is important for him to see a vet to rule out this illlness or anything else. Once he is healthy, the vet can help you address any behavioral issues. Make sure the places that were peed on are cleaned with an enzyme cleaner like Nature's Miracle to remove anything he might smell.

Good luck.
post #4 of 4
Hi there! First of all, I'm going to mention that all of the above posters have given you GREAT advice! I just have a couple of extra things to add.

I'm assuming this cat your talking about is a "He", in this case is he neutered? If he's not neutered I would highly recommend getting him fixed because he could be spraying to mark that it's "His" territory. Also, if he's NOT neutered, the reason why he could be always trying to get out of the house is because he's simply roaming around. If you would like to read up on more information on neutering you can check out this link, I find it very resourceful:


Also, there is another link here that I think you should read (if you haven't already) It's about inappropriate peeing problems:


After reading these links, and you still don't know what's going on. I would highly recommend bringing him to the vet. You can never be too safe!

If you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to post them here or you can click on my user name and PM me directly! I would be glad to help you! Good luck!
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