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My cat pees on the clothes on the floor. I may have to get rid of her, but what else can I do?

She pees on clothes that have been left out and used. She paws at them and then makes her mark. She also peed on my old bathroom rug. At first I thought she was just jealous of the 1 yr old in the house, but now she has still continued!

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  • Ray HustenRay Husten Member Posts: 10
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    They are the various tips on how can you control your cat from peeing on the floor please visit the below link.
  • sherry LaRosa-Silvestrisherry LaRosa-Silvestri willow groveMember Posts: 888
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    Before you get rid of your cat, try the following: 1) a trip to the vet to rule out any illness; 2) add another litter box; 3) keep your clothes off the floor; 4) make sure the cat has access to her litter box and is not locked in a bedroom (or any other room) where she can't get to her box; and 5) keep the litter boxes VERY CLEAN! You will also need to clean any urine spots with a good urine odor eliminator (OxyClean or Nature's Miracle are good ones). I hope these suggestions work, but in any event, you need to get your cat to the vet for a proper diagnosis. Best of luck.
  • Tawny MangiaracinaTawny Mangiaracina StuttgartMember Posts: 32
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    Your cat might be showing signs of a kitty UTI. Please take her to the vet. Don't get rid of her. Be patient with you cat. Good luck!
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