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By  Vesi  |  24

Something is wrong. Start with cat litter pan. Was it changed recently? Is it in a new location? Was she shut in your room? Next thought, have you given kitty a new food? Given kitty something they don't normally have? Anything dairy can give them awful cramps, too. If you can rule out foods, litter type, litter pan location and cleanliness, then you may want to consider talking to a vet if kitty does this again.

By  DarkAngelsBlade  |  24

Assuming this isn’t a kitten, the other comment is right. Go through that check list, but add on to it any major changes have been made. Has someone who used to come around stopped coming around, did another animal move/pass away. But yes if none of this explains the behavior they may have a medical problem that they’re trying to ask for help with.

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By  Vesi  |  24

Something is wrong. Start with cat litter pan. Was it changed recently? Is it in a new location? Was she shut in your room? Next thought, have you given kitty a new food? Given kitty something they don't normally have? Anything dairy can give them awful cramps, too. If you can rule out foods, litter type, litter pan location and cleanliness, then you may want to consider talking to a vet if kitty does this again.

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  Yummi_913  |  11

And also deep clean the mattress with peroxide because if you manage to solve the kitties problem, they can still smell the urine and might go back to it. Peroxide is the only thing that has gotten cat pee out of my house. One of my cats pees literally everywhere when he gets a urethra blockage or infection. Meds and different kibble did nothing but adding 1 can of wet food a day to his meal plan has left us with 2 years pee free as opposed to the first two years where his issue was practically chronic. He just needed better hydrating 🤷🏻‍♀️

By  DarkAngelsBlade  |  24

Assuming this isn’t a kitten, the other comment is right. Go through that check list, but add on to it any major changes have been made. Has someone who used to come around stopped coming around, did another animal move/pass away. But yes if none of this explains the behavior they may have a medical problem that they’re trying to ask for help with.