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My cat started peeing outside the litter box around a year ago and was diagnosed with a thyroid issue. She is on meds for it and doing well. All her labs come back great - kidney's are perfect, etc. Since then she has consistently peed right next to the litter box. I've tried changing litters, adding boxes, moving them over the area, using enzymatic cleaners, moving one to another room, etc. We've had a lot of changes, moving, etc. and she doesn't do it during the highest stress times - this last move it was 3 weeks in the new house before she peed on the floor. She was recently diagnosed with the beginning stages of a UTI but has been on an antibiotic for it. I've noticed no improvement at all, if anything it seems to be worse since she is feeling better! I think it's just become a bad habit by now. For a while I was using puppy pads by the box when we were in an apartment and I couldn't take the chance of not being able to get the smell out of the floor. I want to know if the foil and/or citrus scent around the boxes will keep her from getting into the boxes or just make her not want to pee where those are and therefore encourage her to get into the boxes where it's more to her liking. I just don't know what else to do at this point since I think it's just a bad habit I don't know how to break. We do have another cat, but 3 boxes and they don't usually have issues - they eat/drink next to each other so I don't think that's the problem. Any advice would be very welcome! Thank you!
I have taken a kitten in several months ago from an old beaten down barn. she was about 8 weeks old maybe younger. she has been to the vets several times when we first got her she was really sick and weighing only 1 lb. 2oz she was treated over several weeks with antibiotics. she slowly gained weight she ( she is now 6 months and weights 7 lbs.) At her follow up everything came back fine finally after several trips to the vets.. We talked to her vet about the peeing problem he tested her for infection with the urine it came back negative. He told us that he thinks it is a behavioral problem. we have stayed on top of the liter box we have one other cat so they each have their own box. she gets along with all the other animals. but she is timid around people but is slowly coming around from that. we have spent so much money on her and really can't afford another vet bill. but we can not have her ruining our belongings. do you have any other suggestion on how I can deter this behavior, before my husband really chews me out to get rid of her. which he has been on me since she first started peeing. I don't know what else to do and I can't afford any more bills at this point. please advise. I want to get rid of her my daughter is so fond of her.
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