Kitten or Cat peeing outside the litter box

DOES YOUR CAT OR KITTEN PEE OUTSIDE THE LITTER BOX?

Cat peeing outside the litter box?

4 Tips to Stop Your Cat from Peeing outside the Litter Box

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Use FELIWAY Optimum to help stop peeing outside the litter box

  • #1 Vet Recommended solution to reduce cat’s peeing outside the litter box
  • Proven effective to reduce spraying in 9/10 cats
  • Drug free, easy and safe calming solution for your cat
  • Results can be seen within the first 7 days
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee
  • Buy now to reduce your cat peeing in the house
2

Clean all areas where your cat has peed

  • Use a recommended urine stain and odor remover
  • Do not use bleach, it may cause the cat to return to the spot 
  • Read article for detail on how to clean cat pee
3

Follow litter box "golden rules" 

  • One litter box per cat, plus one
  • Place in different areas of the home
  • Keep clean by scooping at least once daily
  • Change litter box about every 3 weeks
  • Don't place food or water bowls near the box
4

Consult your veterinarian 

  • In some cases, medical conditions can cause cats or kittens to pee outside the litter box 
  • Check with your vet if signs continue 
cat peeing outside the litter

We recommend:

FELIWAY Optimum Diffuser

FELIWAY Optimum is a new pheromone discovery, and the best FELIWAY solution to help reduce spraying and peeing outside the litterbox - 93% of cat owners reported enhanced calming.

FELIWAY Classic Spray

If urine spraying occurs in one single area, spray on area at least once daily

Why do cats pee outside the litter box?

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All cats, male or female, neutered or not, will mark out their territory with urine spraying. Normally this is rare and discrete. But when this natural behavior happens in your house, it can be very frustrating.

When this happens, it is due to fear and anxiety. 

It can be a reaction to:

  • Recent changes at home:
    • New home, new furniture
    • New cat or kitten, new dog
    • New family member, baby, …
  • Conflict with other cats:
    • Competition for access to litter box

It can also be caused by a medical issue. If your cat starts peeing outside the litter box, please consult your veterinarian.
Especially older cats, who are at risk of more medical issues.

Using FELIWAY Optimum is clinically proven to stop urine spraying indoors.
It will help your cat feel calm and comfortable and may help reduce urine.

Using FELIWAY Optimum Diffuser continuously may help stop and prevent spraying, especially if your cat seems emotional and sensitive to any change at home.