Piddling cat - help!(5 Posts)
ghostyslovesheets Sat 16-Dec-17 11:23:10
ghostyslovesheets Sat 16-Dec-17 11:24:23
YesItsMeIDontCare Sat 16-Dec-17 11:25:28
YesItsMeIDontCare Sat 16-Dec-17 11:26:34
ghostyslovesheets Sat 16-Dec-17 11:26:59
I have 4 cats - 3 boys and one girl - the youngest boy has been with us for about 16 months - he's an oriental cross tabby thing and a bit of a difficult character - quite vocal, fussy over food, in your face a lot
The other 3 are bog standard moggies - all 4 cats are rescues.
The issue I have is that the young one pee's everywhere and on everything but especially on my DD3's toys - dolls clothes are his fave, on DD2's clothes (she leaves them on the floor) and my bedroom carpet and cushions
He has 2 litter trays (one upstairs one down) which the other cats don't use - they all ask to go out.
He also has access to outdoors all night via my bedroom window which he has always used to come in and out.
I am going to use Feliway and he has a vet apt next week but I'm running out of ideas on how to deal with him - I am not sure if he's stressed in a multi cat home - although, apart from a bit of rough play with our second youngest (girl) they don't tend to fight and bumble along nicely enough. I'm not sure if I should rehome him via the rescue to a quieter home.
I'm at my witts end to be honest - he's so lovely but it's ruining the house (dd3 had to throw out her barbie house recently as he has soaked the ground floor with wee)
The very first thing you do is take him to the vets and have him checked thoroughly. Biggest cause of random peeing is a UTI and easily resolved.
X-post. Yes he is a beautiful boy .
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