Many cat owners will tell you that solving cat urinating problems can be extremely difficult. Sometimes the problem is due to a health issue, other times it is simply a behavioral issue.
No matter what is causing the problem, there are some tricks you can try to help get your cat back in the litter box.
One of the most common issues for cat urination problems is you.
That’s right, you could be the reason your cat does not want to use the litter box. If you are lazy and do not regularly clean the box, your cat will become discouraged and look for other areas to urinate.
If your cat is strictly a house cat, you are going to have a real problem on your hands.
Always keep the litter box clean and see if this is the key to solving cat urinating problems.
If your cat is not using the litter box and does not seem to be acting normally, seems lethargic, seems to have a lack of appetite, or if you notice any other abnormal behavior, this could be signs of a serious health problem, such as a urinary tract infection. Consult with a veterinarian immediately.
Keeping your cat healthy and happy can be quite beneficial to solving cat urinary problems.
Just as with people, a diet rich in vitamins and minerals, and lifestyle with low stress levels can help in many ways. Make sure your cat has the best food possible, and that he or she has a calm and relaxing environment.
My wife and I have a cat that one day decided that our bedspread was a better place to pee than in his litter box.
We searched high and low on the Internet for answers and asked our veterinarian for advice.
No matter what we read or what the vet recommended we do, we couldn’t stop our cat peeing on our bed. We spent the next several months compiling all the most relevant information and also interviewing veterinarians in our area and around the world.
Source by Mike Whyte