how to stop your cat from peeing in the house.

how to stop your cat from peeing in the house.

Introduction:

A cat is a more than wonderful being, but it does many actions (like peeing on the floor,  blankets, and  furniture) that can express the existence of a problem, whether it is concerning his health or behavior. 

Therefore, we must know the most important way to reduce or prevent this problem. There are many behavioral and medical reasons that cause a cat to act in this inappropriate way. 

This topic consists of the following points:
√ Article review.
√ The most important problems of cat litter box.
√ The most important health and behavioral problems facing cats.
√ How to change your cat's behavior?
√ Conclusion.


1 - Article review:

There are many behavioral and medical reasons that cause a cat to act like this.

But we will talk about these reasons in detail and how to deal with them, sometimes you may need a veterinarian if the problem is healthy and cannot be addressed in one way or another.

There are also some things your cat might do that would motivate her to get close to the litter box instead of running away from it and urinating in places not designated for that.


2 - The most important problems of cat litter box:

There are many problems related to the cat litter box, the most important of which are:

A - The problem of cleaning the litter box:

Cats don't care for grimy sandboxes and may begin peeing elsewhere if the crate has to turn out to be filthy to such an extent that it feels crap.  

The reason why your feline may leave from utilizing the crate is basically because you don't clean it more often.  

Other than changing the sand in the case each day, you expel all the sand once every week and clean the case with warm water, unscented cleanser. 


B - number of cat litter boxes:

It is essential to have at least one more box,  For instance, if you have three cats, you should have four boxes, in such a case that you just have two boxes for three cats, for instance, this might be the reason why the cat will not pee in the assigned spot. 


C - Easy access to the cat litter box:

If the cat is obliged to take a long trip to reach the sandbox, or if the size of the box does not make it easier for the cat to enter and leave it, this may be the reason why they urinate in other places.  

Place sandboxes in places that are easy for the cat to reach if they are in a hurry, for example, one in the top floors and another in the basement, for example. 

Make sure the cat is able to see the humans and animals that approach it and that the cat is able to escape easily, as cats do not like the feeling of being trapped. 



C - Sand problem:

Cats may abstain from peeing in the sandbox since they don't care for the smell or feel of the sand, or because it is excessively full.  

Sand is ideally shallow and fine to medium-sized granules, however, you can, in any case, offer various sorts of sand for your cat to see the favored kind.  

Give your cat various choices of sand by putting two boxes of two unique sorts of sand beside one another precisely, and toward the day's end check which box the feline has peed on. 



2 - The most important health and behavioral problems facing cats:

First, in order to face problems, it must be determined whether the problem is psychological or health related, in order to know its causes and eliminate them, through:

A - Identify the problem your cat is facing:

Different pets, kids, and clamor can make your cat feel the pressure that causes her to stay away from the sandbox.

Ensure the crate is kept in a dull, tranquil, disconnected spot. If the sandbox is in a spot swarmed with individuals and creatures, almost certainly, your cat will abstain from utilizing it.


B - Discover the health problem:

The cat's medical history may explain why she did not use the sandbox. If you suspect that your cat is sick, take it to a veterinarian as soon as possible.

Early treatment for illnesses helps stop sandbox problems as well as protecting your cat from pain and fatigue. Urinary tract infection and feline interstitial cystitis are common causes of cat urination outside of the sandbox.



C - Discover the psychological problem:

Urine markers result from the cat spraying some urine onto a piece of furniture or other surfaces to mark and define their area. The amount of urine used in education is much lower than that produced by regular urination. 

If your cat is behaving this way, many of the suggestions in this article will benefit you, but there are additional things that you should do to help the cat stop spraying urine marks. 

3 - How to change your cat's behavior?

Do the following steps to prevent your cat from urinating: 

A - Transfer the cat litter box to the place of urination:

If your cat begins to urinate on the rug or any other place on the floor in the home, put the box on that spot to encourage it to urinate in the box instead.  

After using it for a month, move it 4 cm each day until the box returns to the desired location. 


B - Place the box in a bright spot:

Cats love to pee in dim spaces, so the closet is an extremely appealing spot for a feline. In the event that your cat starts to pee on the floor of a dull spot, keep the light open to it or purchase movement touchy light gadgets to keep the cat from peeing in this spot. 


C - Apply double-sided tape to the furniture:

Adhesive tape repels cats from urinating on furniture because she does not like the texture of the tape on her hands and feet. Try applying this strip to the edges of the furniture and to the stains that cats tend to urinate on. 


D - Clean the urine:

Pay attention to the immediate cleaning of the urine that is released by the cat in a place other than that designated, because this helps prevent the cat from urinating in the same place again.  

Use an enzymatic detergent instead of ammonia detergent, as ammonia detergents may make your cat urinate more often in this place because she thinks that ammonia is urine for other cats and that she should cover it with her urine. 


Conclusion:

This delicate being deserves all care and attention, so I always make sure to know the real problems that the pet may face as it is expressed through certain behaviors.

This is because cats cannot speak or explicitly express themselves, just look at this article carefully and you will know the true cause of the problem, and from here you will start to confront it, and work to solve it.

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