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How to STOP
yours Cat Peeing Outside
the little box
#1 Consult Your Veterinarian
If inappropriate urination has become an issue with your cat,
the most important thing you can do is make an appointment
with your veterinarian. Your cat's doctor will perform a
physical exam and urinalysis to determine if the problem is
medical. Urinary tract infections and kidney failure are just
some of the common health issues that either cause a cat to
produce more urine, or add an increased urgency to
urination. If your cat is given a clean bill of health, you can
then move on to addressing environmental or behavioral
#2 Observe the Social Dynamics
Conflicts between multiple cats, or the introduction of a new
cat, may cause inappropriate urination. Occasionally, the
case may be that your cats got into an altercation in or near
the litter box and it has left one of them with associated bad
#3 Check the Type of Litter
Heavily perfumed litter may seem the better choice (who
wouldn’t want to smell perfume rather than a dirty litter
box?), but cats tend to disagree. They also like to stick with
the familiar, so if you adopt an adult cat, it may urinate
outside the litter box if you switch up the standard, non-
perfumed litter. Studies have shown that amongst cats, the
all-around favorite litter type is a loose, clumping, unscented
clay litter containing activated charcoal.
#4 Clean Your Litter Box Regularly
A dirty litter box is one of the first things that will send a cat
peeing elsewhere. Cats are very clean creatures by nature.
Would you want to go walking barefoot through your cat's
litter box? Well, neither do they. Be consistent about
cleaning out the box and changing the litter.
#5 Try a Different Box
An enclosed litter box may fit nicely within your decorating
standards, but your cat may not agree. Enclosed boxes can
be small, dark, smelly and difficult to turn around in – not
conducive to cats doing their business. You will also want to
make sure the sides of your litter box are not too high for the
cat to easily step over - especially as the cat reaches old age.
#6 Address Litter Box Location
Think about where you have the litter boxes located. If you
have multiple stories, you'll want at least one on each floor.
If your litter box is too tucked away, somewhere
inconspicuous, your cat may not bother to go find it. If your
cat keeps peeing in the same spot despite your best efforts,
try moving the litter box over that spot, and then slowly
moving it back to where you want it.
#7 Add an Additional Litter Box
One litter box is often just not enough. The general rule of
thumb is one box per cat, plus an extra one. Think about it –
if you were on the second floor of your house, would you
want to run all the way downstairs to use the bathroom?
Neither does your cat. Making it convenient for your cat to
use the litter box will usually avert problems.
#8 Thoroughly Clean the Mess
Be sure to thoroughly clean all areas where your cat has peed
outside the box. You really want to be sure you’ve
eliminated the odor, not just for your own sake, but so the
smell doesn’t draw your cat back to that same spot.
#9 Tackle the Problem Quickly
You will want to address any urination outside of the litter
box quickly, before it becomes normal behavior for your cat.
If your cat is spraying, try making it feel more secure in its
territory, as that is often why cats get possessive. In a multi-
cat household, it may help to provide separate living areas
for each cat.
#10 Define the Problem
The first thing you need to do when you discover pee where
it doesn’t belong is determine whether it is the result of
spraying or inappropriate urination. Spraying is a result of
cats marking their territory, and is generally just a splatter,
whereas inappropriate urination will be a larger puddle.
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