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Alwayslonging Wed 30-Dec-15 10:28:16

I really need help now, I have 2 cats so unsure which one is doing it but one of the them keeps peeing in a small vestibule we have. It's a small space between a toilet and where we keep dryer and freezer. They have a cat flap in the dryer room and their food is in there too. If the to let door gets left open the cat will pee in there. I have used a spray and that stops it but if I run out of spray it starts again. My house smells now. I can smell cat pee in my living room, that leads to the kitchen which then leads to the vestibule. Does anyone have anything that could help me stop this? Please!

thecatneuterer Wed 30-Dec-15 10:55:52

It's sounds as though you don't have a litter tray. If you don't, the answer is to get one. Cats often don't want to go out to wee/poo. Perhaps it's cold or raining or there is another scary cat/fox in the garden, or they just don't feel like going outside.

To get rid of the smell try white vinegar, or bi carb or both. Or try Simple Solution from Pets at Home which is guaranteed to do the trick.

StirredNotShaken Mon 04-Jan-16 09:49:43

I have a litter tray and one of my cats - who is not in the best of health - regularly pees on my hallway on the wooden floorboards. It is driving me to despair.

cozietoesie Mon 04-Jan-16 09:51:32

How old is the cat and what are the health problems?

StirredNotShaken Mon 04-Jan-16 16:23:01

She is only 7 but her health probs are quite bad. She has fits and is losing the use of her back legs. She has mobility in them but no strength. She has always been clumsy but she has lost 90% usage in them I would say. The vets have examined her and are pretty sure it is neurological but I cannot afford to have her referrred to a specialist especially since there is little or no guarantee that they can'fix' her or that she will regain mobility.

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