Q&A: How can i stop my old female cat from peeing on the ground?

Question by Irene:How I can keep my old cat urine on the floor? My 12 year old black cat is fat and she has a habit of missing the litter box and is a real pain to clean it in the washing machine and put in the litter box a few tips on how to minimize or stop the disaster would be great because I do not know what evil hacen.Mejor response: Answer

by Connie S
improper disposal is a huge red flag that something is wrong in the world of cats, and often a doctor. You should get your kitten to a veterinarian to find out what happened.

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5 Responses to “Q&A: How can i stop my old female cat from peeing on the ground?”

  1. Slim her down. How do you expect her to aim if she’s uncomfortably fat?

    Put a garbage bag down under the litter box. and maybe some newspaper to help. There are also varying sizes of litter boxes from regular to extra large.

  2. 1) Vet check. A cat who has always done well with the litter box and is suddenly having problems is trying to tell you something isn’t right.

    2) Litter box with higher sides. Cut out one side if she can’t climb high these days. Poor ole girl.

    3) Trap mat. These are sold at pet stores. You place them under the box and they trap the amount of litter that gets tracked around the house, but they could also stop pee from running away and under the washing machine! Ick. Just wash it when it needs it.

  3. If you’re using a open top litter box, i suggest getting a top for it. Or, You can put some newspapers around it.

  4. You have a senior cat who needs to have a senior vet check to include a full blood panel and urinalysis. When cats miss the litter box or go outside the litter box it could mean that she has a urinary tract infection. She could be arthritic, could have diabetes, could be obese from being overfed or due to a medical condition. Take her to the fed to find out.

  5. Take a look at DearTabbyTheAnswerCat. They have an excellent article under “Cat Care” on “Litter Box Problems.” It tells the many reasons for such problems, and how to solve them. Hope this is helpful!

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