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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-11-2011, 08:58 AM Thread Starter
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Hello everyone,

I'm here because I have an issue with my cat. I've had success on other forum's in regards to other topics, so I thought I would try this out for Aspen's and my sake.

She's been to the vet 2 times over the past 4 years with this issue, and they do a full screening and find nothing. I'm setting up another appointment today but doubt they will find anything. I fear it's more of a attitude/behavior issue - and I'm desparately fighting not to take her to the APA.

She's a good cat although she's always been somewhat distant. But when she wants to be loving she really is just adorable! However, she began peeing 4 years ago when my old dog Ajia (would never hurt a fly or step on a plant - God bless her little tender heart) passed away. Her peeing comes and goes but she has ruined a leather coach, a bed mattress and several sheets, and many of my work-out machines because of this. The cost is escalating beyond what I can afford. PLEASE help! I don't want to put her down and I want her to be happy!
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-11-2011, 11:48 PM
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Hi and welcome to the Forum. As for Aspen's problem...a few suggestions, some of which you might have already tried (and all on the assumption that there is no medical problem). One is Feliway, a calming pheromone intended to deal with inappropriate urination due to stress. Another is Dr. Elsey's Cat Attract litter, which a number of members here have used with success. You might consider "re-training" her, by confining her to a crate or a small room (such as a bathroom). The latter approach might be difficult in your case, since you say her peeing comes and goes, implying she often uses the litterbox with no issue.

Finally, here is a good article that discusses many common issues associated with a cat not using the litter can see whether any of the issues mentioned might apply to Aspen. The Litter Box From Your Cat's Point of View by Lisa A. Pierson, DVM :: Litter box management, types of cat litter, feline house soiling, inappropriate elimination
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