If you are in Northern Europe, there are generally three different types of toilets: I feel for you, we have a 16 year old cat who has been urinating for a number of years thus not a UTI on any clothes if left on the floor thus, the problem is remedied by not leaving clothes, towels, bathmats on the floor My furry child was recently diagnosed Lymphoma, cells suggestive of T-cell. We don't want to cause more problems. Now that he's 22 months, he pees several times each bath and we just continue.
With intact cats, pottying in the sink or tub can be a form of marking behavior especially in a multiple cat household. We have tried new toys and bubbles; to all of which have not work or helped. If your cat's personality is like this, then they will also display: I have had my little girl Angel now for 7 months. This supports the Maven widget and search functionality. At slumber parties when we were kids we used to put the hand of who ever was asleep in a bowl of warm water
Peeing in bath tub
How often to you change her litterbox? Dont use covered boxes they frighten some cats. If you already like stuff like this.. This is especially important if you have young children using your hot tub. Archived Discussion This discussion is archived and locked for posting See active discussions on August Babies. It's always the pee that messes up the litter box the most and requires the constant buying of more litter speaking from a two cat household here. It's needed more often in hospital births as fear and trauma are common etiologies of Aconite state.
One of the main chemical compounds found in pee is urea, which is one of the main nitrogen containing substances found in urine. Could this be the problem? Maybe you and your cat have differing opinions on relatively fresh. I used to just rinse their hair with sink water so that at least it wasn't in their hair: Originally Posted by birdiefu.