why must he pee everywhere
ok i got my male cat 6 months old neutered about 2 weeks ago. all of a sudden since then hes peed on the couch possibly twice and my girlfriends shorts where just rancid with the smell of his pee. i cant punish him or show hes wrong cause hes already done it and its dry. HELP PLEASE hes being threatened to leave and find a new home i love him so much. oh i also found it odd we brought home some fish we caught some how one survived the trip without water and kept flopping in the sink ancd he likes fish so i figured hed -play with it but he was terified and we took him away immediatly and gave him attention and commfort him till he purred and meowed cause i got up. well we went to go to sleep and he peed right behind my girl friends head between the bed and wall. i think he thinks hes being replaced or its his way of saying you wanna play ill play back..... HELP
on Apr 30th 2012
in Urine Marking & House Soiling
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Call the vet where you had him neutered and tell them what's going on. He may have a bladder infection and need antibiotics. If you take him to the shelter b/c he isn't using the litter box, his chances of getting a new home are pretty slim. Make sure he has access to a very clean litter box all the time. If your home is big enough, you should put down more than one for him so he won't have to hunt for one if he needs it. Make sure you keep all your clothes, towels, etc. picked up and put in a hamper with a lid. Clean up any "spray" spots with an oxy-based cleaner to get rid of the scent. Chances of your cat playing with a dying fish are very slim. Cats like to watch fish in an aquarium and if you leave the lid off, they might stick a paw in, but to be confronted with a panicked, dying fish flopping around noisily in a sink would weird just about any cat out.
Izadore (Izzie) answered on 5/1/12. Helpful? / 1