Today, I learned why my bathroom has a horrible, seemingly irremovable stench. My cat doesn't squat to pee like a normal cat. She stands up, peeing over the side of the litter tray all over the wall and floor, which are now a permanent yellow tinge. FML

by catwoman / 10/31/2009 at 12:34am / Australia (New South Wales) / Animals

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  • Yah, that's called spraying. Is your cat fixed? If not, this could be why. Also, this could be a sign of a medical issue such as a Urinary Tract Infection.

    You need to get your cat fixed if it isn't, and see a vet.

    #8 - On 10/31/2009 at 7:21am by NINnerd999

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  • First, your cat may be a boy, they tend to do this more often. Second, get it fixed if it's not. Third, have the vet run a profile for a urinary tract infection. Fourth, get a litter box with a hood on it. Fifth, wash the walls. Try Greased Lightning, I know it works well on dog pee-you can get it cheaply at dollar stores. Sixth, don't just paint over will still stink.

    #16 - On 10/31/2009 at 8:36am by whatwhatwhat09

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