Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Cobourg, Ontario, Canada
The simplest solution I can think of is to not have any throw rugs on the floor anywhere, and tell your daughter to put her shoes in a box or somewhere on a shelf, and not leave any clothes on the floor. Surely, if the cat pees on her clothes that should be incentive to hang them up or put them in a laundry basket.....yes and have laundry basket off the floor too, on a shelf or somewhere the cat can't jump up to it. Get some Dr. Elsey's Cat Attract litter.....and sprinkle it liberally on top of your present litter. Hopefully, this will re-train Kitty to use the litter box consistently. Twenty years is a great age for a cat and since stress isn't a problem with him, Kitty may be having a little dementia well, so you may have to give him some leeway if he doesn't consistently use the litter boxes. Hope these suggestions are helpful....all the best!
"There are no ordinary cats.";"Time spent with a cat is never wasted."~ Colette
"A loving cat can mend a wounded heart." ~ Unknown Author
Alkitotle aka "Alkee", "Lambie" (July 2/04 - Oct. 2/15) -- white Devon Rex
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