My 16 year old female (spayed) cat has been diagnosed by the vet with inappropriate elimination behavior. I think (and the vet agrees) that she may be (1) grieving for a companion who died 1 1/2 years ago, and (2) she is upset about the two young cats who were brought in to the house as kittens after her companion died. Right now, I am starting another round of treatment with Ovaban and considering consulting an animal behaviorist. I truly don't want her last years to be miserable. She is also being treated for arthritis with Cosequin and for a stomach ailment with Metoclopramide. HELP! I don't want her to be so depressed, and I am getting real tired of cleaning up cat pee (She pees just outside the box and is starting to defecate just outside the box). Any suggestions?
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9/21/01 at 12:06pm