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linusnbogart
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posted 02-11-2004 06:25 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for linusnbogart     Edit/Delete Message
I recently aquired a new cat through a death in the family. He is ten years old and a good kitty. The problem is i have a two year old kitty of my own. As hard as we try we can not get them to stop peeing in certain spots in our house. I have two litter boxes and clean them every other day. My cat peed once or twice before the other cat got here but now it like a war between the two. We now keep them locked in the kitchen (which also has access to a full basement). Is there anything i can do to get them to stop. I have tried all the pet odor cleaners and tried the rubbing their noses in it but nothing works. HELP!

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posted 02-11-2004 06:28 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Chessmind     Edit/Delete Message
Hello. Welcome to the site. Are both cats neutered? Also, is it possible that they may be spraying and not peeing?

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linusnbogart
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posted 02-11-2004 06:33 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for linusnbogart     Edit/Delete Message
Yes, Both cats have been fixed. They really dont like each other very well and i know they are probably marking their territory. My boyfriend is seriously thinking of getting rid of them. But one was his dads(who just died) and the other one is mine (my baby).

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posted 02-11-2004 06:44 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Chessmind     Edit/Delete Message
I'm sure some other members here will have some more suggestions. You may want to try a product called Feliway. It calms cats down a lot and may help with the peeing/spraying. Tell your boyfriend you want to work with the cats before you decide to give them up. I'm sure we can all help you and your kitties. It just takes time and trying out different ideas that people will post. Hang in there.

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