Cat Peeing Inside After Moving to a New House

My daughter has just shifted into another home and her old cat keeps using her laundry floor as her indoor toilet. How can she get rid of the odour and encourage the cat to go outside?

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By Elizabeth from Gold Coast, Australia

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March 3, 20100 found this helpful

An enzymatic cleaner will help with the odor. She might want to take the cat to the vet, to rule out any medical problems. And if everything is clear, the vet can give advise to modify the new behavior. Best of luck!

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