- Jan 31, 2023
I have two cats that I’ve raised since day one, for the first few years of their life they’ve been kept in one spacious room, but as the time passed they started to demand going outside (which I had to console with the rest of my family members as I was the sole owner of my cats). As they started to explore the rest of the house I placed two litter boxes in each level of the house so they could easily find them, there were no issues at first but after a couple of months I noticed that my female cat started peeing on things such as clothes if they were on the floor or shoes. The only thing she did in the litter box was poop in it, other than that the rest of the house became her peeing place, nothing changed in their diet, they were feed wet food and had regular vet checkup's, I took her to the vet and blood work came back normal and I got recommended a collar with calming pheromones which did work as far as her calming her down but she developed a rash on her neck and I removed the collar immediately. It’s been a year now and I’ve done everything I could, I added two more litter boxes, changed the litter to a more delicate one for the paws in case that was the problem, I cleaned the litter boxes three times a day, nothing seemed to work, and at this moment in time she spread the area to things such as toys, as long as something was on the floor she would pee on it. I don’t know what to do anymore, I won’t give up on her and seriously consider diapers as the temporary solution, but I wanted to console this problem with other fellow cat owners.