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cat pees on the floor but only sometimes

Species: cat | Category: other | Submitted: 18 October 2007 04:08AM | viewed 50298 times
Q Amy asks:

I bought my mom a cat, he is about 2 months old; he pees in the litter box but sometimes, usually near sleep time, or during the day pees and poops on the floor. We don't know why because sometimes he uses the litter box.

Q Our vet says: Check to see if he uses the litter box when it is clean but not if he has used it once already. Many cats will not re-use a dirty litter tray until it has been completely cleaned; they can be very fastidious creatures.

If this is the case you could try to make sure you clean the tray and replace the litter after every use or alternatively supply more than one box for your cat to use and have one big cleaning session at the end of the day.

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