Pet care-stop your Cat from Spraying outside the Litter Box.
Let’s take a look at a few of the key symptoms.
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The most common reason why cats wind up sitting in a cage at an animal shelter is that they refuse to use the litter box.
Cat urine has a very strong odor. Getting it out of fabric or even removing the smell entirely from hard surfaces can be difficult.
And, cats have been known not only to defecate behind furniture to hide the deed but also often on the worst places possible, such as your bed.
If you’ve been frustrated in trying to get your cat to use the litter box. You may surprise to learn that the answer to the problem could be very easy to solve.
Please note that any cat who is not using the litter box should check out by a veterinarian, just to rule out hidden illness.
Keeping It Clean.
Rather than getting angry at your wayward cat. It may be time to examine a critical element in the problem – the litter box itself.
Cats are very clean animals, and one thing that can drive a cat from his or her litter box is a filthy box.
Put yourself in your pet’s place and imagine how you would like to use an overflowing toilet; you wouldn’t, so why should your cat.
Today’s busy world often leaves us trying to do too much in too little time. The litter box cannot be abandon cClumping litter is probably the best choice for the litter box. Not only does this kind of material make it easier to remove feces, but it also makes it simple to remove urine.
The entire box should change once a week if you have only one cat using it and at least twice if you have several cats all using the same box.
It’s best to provide a box for each cat, however, to prevent one cat from dominating.
Cleaning Up After Accidents.
Although you may have read that soap and water or baking soda will remove cat urine odor, they will not. Some of the compounds in cat urine are not water-soluble and require an enzyme cleaner to remove the smell completely.
You may need to repeat the process several times until all the odor is eliminate. Your nose will tell you when the job is complete.