Cat pee everywhere

@911Ricki (13602)
Canada
March 3, 2013 9:21pm CST
My Mother's cats are peeing everywhere, I went to do laundry and caught her cats peeing by the door. I sprayed urine off (this stuf is amasing). Brought it up, seeing as I keep smelling pee in the bathroom, and front hall, and clean it up. My MOther denies it, and says they have no reason to pee. Well this devil kitty is the reason, when routine changes, stress causes cats to go elsewhere. Her cat litters are beside this stupid cats cage. I've sat there one night and watched the cats tip toe by the cage, he moves they run, then go somwhere else. This stupid cat was peeing all over Patches toys, I had to wash them all. I found a pile of toys outside, and my Motehr goes they smell like pee your cats. I just walked away rolling my eyes, she is just that stupid. My brother wants this stupid cat, meanwhile she is causing stress, and could ultimately kill her cats if it is long enough. Her one cat, has been throwing up, peeing everywhere, and sleeping all the time it wasn't like this until this cat came in. Not including my cat and my sisters cat who ended up at the vet for having wounds from this cat biting. When this cat is out of his cage, I bring my cats in my room, and they keep asking me why, I say my cats wont be going near that stupid cat and I wont be throwing money away over your stupidity. Guess she will learn when her cats end up sick or dead.
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8 responses
@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
4 Mar 13
oh no, thats just sick. I could never live with that. Can you close your door there? so smell isnt in your room?
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
4 Mar 13
I close my door, I usually end up cleaning it up as they ignore it all.
@dawnald (84131)
• Shingle Springs, California
4 Mar 13
I say confine devil cat to the bathroom, and let the other cats get back to their normal routine.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
4 Mar 13
I tried the bathroom he demolished it, scratches up the walls, even broke the sink. He is confined to a cage majority of the time, but tey let it out, and he attacks them. I've had to pry this cat off with a broom off my cats. He is a tom cat and needs to be outside.
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@dawnald (84131)
• Shingle Springs, California
4 Mar 13
Is he fixed?
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
4 Mar 13
Yes, my parents paid for him to be fixed.
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@BarBaraPrz (19603)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
4 Mar 13
And as much as you hate this cat, I don't suppose you could bring yourself to slip it some poison, either.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
4 Mar 13
Nope, I've tried opening the door, and delaying the dogs coming in so it just happened to run outside but my brother walked by and grabbed it. The only reason it's staying is because my brother likes it, well he is never home to care for it, he doesn't pay for it, and when it causes harm to other cats. Her cat is about 6 or 7 years old and he has gone hill in the last while because of this cat, her cats jump sky high if you make noises. This should be a big flag, but so clueless to anything. Even my Dad has been saying things as well.
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@BarBaraPrz (19603)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
4 Mar 13
Maybe your dad would be brave enough to put it outside when no one else was home...
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
4 Mar 13
It attacks him, he has to carry around a broom so when it lunges at his throat.
• United States
4 Mar 13
She should be reported to a pet protection agency like the ASPCA. do they have something like that in Canada?
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
4 Mar 13
? Animal Control I reported her at my vet for her cat causing harm to my cat. The vet already is questioning because this is two cats already.
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• United States
4 Mar 13
You know. Like animal cops on TV. they are the ASPCA here. They can put people in jail for neglecting the safety of animals. Your vet could report her to the authorities. I think it's a felony here now to willfully allow your animals to be hurt.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
4 Mar 13
Not sure, I would have to look it up. This would be the border of whether or not it is. I asked a friend who works in enforcement and she said it depends on how the owner reacts to them whether they charge them. But she said the vet would have to file a report in this case, and the cat after 3 times would be put down. HIghly doubt my vet would seeing my SIL works for him, and my mother has the biggest file.
@Tushavi (2078)
• Karachi, Pakistan
4 Mar 13
hahahhaha...I feels you are expert of cats, whenever I read your article its about cats, I never own any cats so I don't know about their nature, but I wish your all cats behaves well...
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
4 Mar 13
I don't think I'm an expert in cats. I do tend to talk about animals a lot though. I try to education those.
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
6 Mar 13
The fact that her cats are already peeing all over the place is not a good sign at all. I've not always been a cat person, but my husband has and he said that the only reason that cats will pee outside of their litter box is because there is something that is wrong with them. If you are able to pinpoint when the issues started, then I do think that you should try to change the thing that has been causing the issues. Yes, I do believe that this means that they need to get rid of the newest cat that has been brought into the home.
@NailTech (6890)
• United States
5 Mar 13
This cat needs to be in a home with no other animals. And check out his teeth if he ever gets taken to the vet, sometimes that causes aggression in cats. Otherwise all of this trouble is just causing everyone some unecessary added stress. Your mom blaming you or your cats all the time is just crazy. She isn't facing reality. It is just bizarre behaviour. I swear she is related to my mother in a distant sort of way. My mother finally got my brother to remove someo f the rest of his "pile" of junk in the living room--cause she wanted to put her St Patty's Day decorations there, haha. That is a step in the right direction, I just hope he doesn't put anything else there again after the holidays. Then he still needs to work on the upstairs hallway, his room and half of the other room with his clothes piled in it, some of which blocks the doorway to get in there. There is mom's things blocking the door to go out up there which is a fire hazard!
@eagletrek2 (5166)
• Kingston, New York
4 Mar 13
Hi this remind me of funny Thing when I was a kid We did have a ok cat. But sometimes he be bad. My mom yell at him. So this what he did My mom had a bag On the floor .the cat Went on the bag Look at my.mom eye To eye and he pee On the bag.no joke If was like he saying Now you got to clean it Up to her.my mom just started lauhing Sometime pets act like kids With your mom cats has a.vet Check to see if.there any wrong?or maybe.something Bothering the cat?