need some help here!

@PIITZY (749)
Romania
January 22, 2007 11:21am CST
i realy love animals thats one of the reasons for witch i saved a cats life from drowning.it was late at night i was having a walk and then i heared a noise.it was a littel baby cat she was in the lake miouing i saved her and brought her home even though i knew my dad wouldnt let me have her.somehow i cant remember i made my dad to let me keep her.in another day it was in december i found a cat that had serious engeris a dog attaked her so i took him to the vet and afterwards home.i named him tony.now the problem is that he cant help him self from peeng all over the house including my stuff(clothes,schoolbag)i dont know what to do anymore ive tried everything to make him stop do you have any suggestions?
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@Anniedup (3652)
• Richards Bay, South Africa
7 Feb 07
I am from South-Africa and from our local supermarket there is a product that you spray which is obviously foul smelling for them, a friend of mine sprays this on her furniture to prevent them from climbing on it, or, i know cats just love catnip, try and put that next to his litter box to lure him to use it. Good luck
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@PIITZY (749)
• Romania
7 Feb 07
whats the prducts name?maybe it exist in my country to:))pls help
@Anniedup (3652)
• Richards Bay, South Africa
9 Feb 07
The product is called scent off, but i also found a website with a variety of products relating to bad behavioral problem solvers, looks good safepetproducts.com
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@PIITZY (749)
• Romania
9 Feb 07
thanks a lot:)ill try it:)
• United States
22 Jan 07
Maybe try keeping him as an outside cat? Gat or make him a little huse where he can hid and sleep if he wants to and put in outside. That way you don't have to worry about his messes because he is outside.
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@PIITZY (749)
• Romania
22 Jan 07
hmm nice suggestion but i cant i live in a flat.its impossible really but 10x anyway
• United States
23 Jan 07
Have you tried a litter box? Cats usually their own selves to use one. Is it a he or she? Cats sometimes mark their territory by urinating in places. There are numerous reasons this could be going on. The best thing you could do is call the vet and see what recommens that you do.
@PIITZY (749)
• Romania
23 Jan 07
the vet doesnt have any answers,its a he and he already has a litter box maybe the problem is that i have another cat that is a she..........i dont really know but i cant stand him anymore
@mbarryton (1872)
• United States
9 Feb 07
trying spraying a little cologne or perfume on those areas. i used to have the same problem and thats what my vet suggested say it would turn them away from those areas because of the scent and it really worked for me. give it a try and i hope it helps....good luck
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@PIITZY (749)
• Romania
9 Feb 07
thanks a lot ill try that:)
@Meowth (522)
• Romania
22 Jan 07
i think its to late to make something because he is to old
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@PIITZY (749)
• Romania
22 Jan 07
oooooo really how do you know how old he is i didnt mention that,thanks for the suggestion