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By Anonymous - / Thursday 30 August 2018 23:30 /
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By  alycion  |  29

Often cats will per where they shouldn’t if they are sick. Most common cause is a UTI. If it happens more than once, get the cat checked.

White vinegar will clean it up and kill the smell.

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By  raven_of_azarath  |  23

I’ve had this happen. I’ve also laid down and then be peed on. I’ve found that the only reasons cats pee on beds is due to stress, like having fleas, or them just being pissy (pun intended). I’ve been peed on for giving one a bath, and by another for not feeding him again (he doesn’t like being on a diet).

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  alycion  |  29

Often cats will per where they shouldn’t if they are sick. Most common cause is a UTI. If it happens more than once, get the cat checked.

White vinegar will clean it up and kill the smell.

By  KittyMack  |  11

You deserve it. They always do. Never has a cat peed on a bed who was not upset over something or suffering from an illness like urinary crystals. Often it's sensory such as you started using air freshener or you blast your stereo too loud or you got a new rug that feels weird on the feet. Check your home for recent changes and see if reversing them makes Cat happier.
I mean, you ARE smart enough and nice enough that the litter is cleaned at least daily, and there are no toddlers, dogs etc tormenting the cat? I almost considered those ones too obvious to state.
If there's no source of stress get to the vet then because that means it could be illness.

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