Urinating outside of the litterbox is a red flag that something is wrong in the bladder or urinary tract. Please contact your veterinarian ASAP to determine if he/she has a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection), FLUTD,
or if the cause is behavior/anxiety related.
Does your cat urinate or defecate inappropriately? Overgroom (do they have bare patches of fur or spots with broken/short fur)?
Have sudden bursts of what seems to be unprovoked aggression?
Has there been a change in the household routine (new baby, change in job hours, new boyfriend/girlfriend/spouse/housemate, etc.)? PLEASE click to read articles & watch this
PAWSOME 19-minute video from Jackson Galaxy!
Many times we've encountered stress related cases & have seen success with Prozac (once vets have ruled out medical issues).
Please don't give up & instead be your cat's advocate to find the
source of the issue AND find a solution for both the cat & you.