Dear Catster reader,
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Confinement ideas to stop urine marking in spayed female, indoor and front declawed, multicat home w
I'm hoping to retrain my 10 year old about proper elimination. I don't have a room to confine her without limiting space for her 7 sisters. Outside "foster" strays are probably encouraging the marking as well as I think I just have too many cats in the house, but they aren't going anywhere. The marking has grown over years from 2 areas in one room to multi areas in every room, HELP! I want to confine her while I clean up the place and make sure no other cats are marking, a crate is too small. Anyone know of a good cage or pen that I can keep her in to retrain her on the litter box? She hates litter boxes and all types of litter that I've tried. She actually cries when I put her in a litter box. She sprays walls, dressers etc. I've seen catteries but that's not practical. I need to confine her but can't find a proper cage/pen that is roomy enough. Any advice is greatly appreciated !