By Anonymous - 25/09/2011 16:15 - United States
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For those saying how could OP not smell the pee: my cat has potty issues too, and I always have a hard time smelling it. I have lots of allergy issues, and I'm constantly congested and blowing my nose. I have a very weak sense of smell. Usually my roommate has to let me know the place smells of pee. For those saying the cat isn't potty trained: she probably is, there just might be an underlying issue. UTI, anxiety, territorial making, etc. I suggest taking your cat to the vet in case it's something serious OP. TL;DR: some people can't smell and the cat should go to the vet.
There are many factors that can contribute to the behavioral problem that OP's cat obviously displays. Is OP changing the litter box enough? Does the cat have enough stimuli? Did something significant happen recently? For example; a move or a new baby. Correcting the problem can be as simple as giving the cat more attention. Giving away a cat should ALWAYS be the last resort! Pet's shouldn't be disposable.
Op, just wanted to mention that human body fluid also shows up too >p
Now you just need lights for the other half of your living room, then it's Christmas in September for you!