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My Cat won't stop peeing on my rug!?

I love my cat, but she will not stop peeing on my den rug. We clean it with all the special cat cleaners to get rid of the smell and then we even tried covering the area with tin foil because cats are supposed to hate that -- she just peed around it -- in a place she had never peed before! We brought her to the vet and there is nothing wrong with her health-wise. We even block off the room, but whenever she gets a chance she finds a way to sneak in and pees! It's infuriating. We have a baby on the way, so on top of the fact that this is so gross, we can't have a cat in the house who pees wherever she feels like it once the baby is born. Any thoughts?? We've seriously tried everything!

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Aug 23, 2017
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Aug 23, 2017
For starters, your cat is extremely jealous of the pending arrival of your baby - they can sense that there is something going on and they will no longer get the brunt of your attention. As for the rug, there is a smell in it that keeps her coming back, those rug cleaners only mask the smell, but there is probably a soiled spot on the backing of the rug that still holds the smell. Is it possible to roll the rug over and look for a stain underneath? If not, Wal-Mart or a Pet Food place should have a can of stuff called 'Pet Training Spray - it has a smell that revolts them, it is how I keep my 3 cats away from my fish tank. Just spray it on the rug and see what happens, it make take more than one application, but the stuff works wonders for keeping cats away from things. Best of luck!
Aug 23, 2017
Well part of your question was what I was going to say. My cat pees on the bathroom rug which I can pick up and wash. But the reason she does it she doesn't like the litter box anymore. If it's not super clean or one poo in there she will not use it. I was thinking maybe your cat has a bladder infection, but you said you took her in to the doctor. Hmmm I'm stumped I would guess maybe the litter box is dirty and smells and that is why she won't use it. Well I had to start letting my cat go outside to do her business.
Aug 23, 2017
Ok i know this because i had a cat who peed every where. First don't buy spray that gets rid of the smell. Get spray that gets rid of the odor that cats can smell because thats why your cat pees on the rug . You could also try putting tin foil every where in that room. Try it. And deffitenly buy the spray.
Aug 23, 2017

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