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post #1 of 11
Thread Starter 
Ok I have read all the suggestions on peeing outside the box, But my female Cat "Grai" pees on everything it seems. At first it was just wet towels in my sisters room, now its everything i swear. I love her so much and don't want to get rid of her but i'm at my whits end with her. She's not fixed yet so I'm kinda hoping that , that is part of her problem. She will go poo in the box but not pee, and i'm sooo tired and grossed out by the smell of it. And so is the rest of my family.

also we have have another female cat that is older , yet she is fixed and doesn't do this. so any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you
post #2 of 11
Hi, welcome to TCS! First and foremost, Grai needs to be examined by her Vet immediately to rule out any health issues.
post #3 of 11
I agree that a vet needs to see her to be sure she is healthy- have you seen this thread at all?

http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9563
post #4 of 11
Definitely take her to the vet. Often, when cats start peeing on objects, like towels, it is because they are trying to tell you that something is wrong. The vet will want to get a urine sample, so don't take her right after she pees or they'll have to keep her there or have you bring her back. I try to keep my cat in with me the night before the vet visit and then take her in first thing in the morning.
post #5 of 11
How old is your cat? If a UTI is ruled out, i would think this behaviour is territorial as you have another cat in the house. Getting your cat spayed might be enough to solve it, as the young one is higher up the ladder due to being unspayed. Also, how many litter trays do you have, as some cats will not pee and poo in the same box, esp if it is not scooped regularly enough (would you want to go to a dirty toilet without flushing it?)
post #6 of 11
Thread Starter 
Thank you guys so much for the information. We have two boxes right now for them to go, but i'll get another maybe that will help, At first i thought it was casue she didn't like the litter my mom was buying, cause she was use to the high dollar crystal stuff, but i got it for her again and she still does it. Do you guys know any good home receips to get the pee smell out of things?

Also Grai is a 14 months old, Samara (our other cat) is 3 years.
post #7 of 11
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Originally Posted by Rzorbcksexy
Thank you guys so much for the information. We have two boxes right now for them to go, but i'll get another maybe that will help, At first i thought it was casue she didn't like the litter my mom was buying, cause she was use to the high dollar crystal stuff, but i got it for her again and she still does it. Do you guys know any good home receips to get the pee smell out of things?

Also Grai is a 14 months old, Samara (our other cat) is 3 years.
Cat urine is so strong and hard to remove- arm and hammer would be my best bet but i'm sure there are some people on here that know more than me! lol good luck!
post #8 of 11
Thread Starter 
someone told me vinger (sp) would help
post #9 of 11
Have you taken your cat to the vet to be checked for urinary tract problems? If she has an infection or crystals, it won't matter how many litter boxes you have, she will keep on peeing on the floor!

Regarding removing urine odor, you will find that enzymatic cleansers work best. My favorite odor remover is Nok-Out.
post #10 of 11
Thread Starter 
no actually i didn't even know about the urinary tract thing till i found this site, so i'm getting an appointment to take her soon.
post #11 of 11
Please take her to a vet. It could very well be a UTI. Blood in the urine and could be very, very painful for her.
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