A cat urinating outside the box can be marking behavior, where a cat feels the need to mark its territory. But there are some underlying health conditions which may cause a cat to urinate outside the litter box and some environmental causes as well. If this behavior has happened more than once or twice, you may want to bring your cat to the vet to rule out any health issues. If it is, in fact, marking behavior, there are steps you can take to curb it. Cats often get along quite well until they reach social maturity between 2 to 4 years of age. House-soiling usually involves squatting and depositing urine or feces on a horizontal surface, while urine marking tends to target vertical surfaces.
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Stop cat from peeing on furniture and bed?
Cat Not Using Litter Box
Cats may stop using the litter box as a result of stress, a medical condition, or simply because the box is not cleaned often enough. There are several things that you can do to encourage your cat to use the litter box instead of a rug or a piece of furniture. You can try a new type of box or litter, clean the box more often, play with your cat near the box, add more litter boxes, and do things to discourage your cat from urinating outside of the box. For tips from our Veterinary reviewer on ruling out stress and health problems, read on!
How to Stop Cats From Peeing on Furniture
One of the things humans and cats can agree on is that going to the toilet is VERY important - even if we might not like to talk about it! Imagine if your toilet was filthy, and in a difficult-to-reach place where you had to climb over and under furniture to reach it. When your cat marks a spot with wee, make sure you clean it up properly or they may return to the scene of the crime.
House soiling is the most common behavior problem reported by cat owners. Why do cats eliminate outside the litter box? Your cat may have litter box trouble for any number of reasons, including medical problems, an aversion to the litter box, or a preference for urinating or defecating in places outside the box. Inflammation of the urinary tract , for instance, can make urinating painful and increase the frequency and urgency of urination.