Cat Not Peeing in Litter Box?

I have an 8 month old female cat. She is spayed, but after her surgery she started peeing everywhere. I tried everything. It has gotten to the point where I have to get rid of her. She uses her litter box to poop and sometime uses it to go pee. She is peeing all over my clothes, blankets, and furniture. It stinks in my place because of her. She was a stray and now I keep wishing I had never gotten her. I love her, but before she got fixed she never peed in my house she always used her litter box.


I moved her litter box and showed her where it is and she just wants to pee on my clothes. What can I do before I get rid of her? For two months she has been peeing everywhere. I have to throw away so many things because of her. I am at the point of saying I don't want her anymore. I am at the end of her peeing everywhere.

By Kendra G

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April 10, 20150 found this helpful
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It's possible that her bladder was cut or harmed during the spay surgery. Or she got an infection following the surgery. Take her to a different vet than the one where she had the surgery.


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April 2, 20150 found this helpful

Your kitty may have a problem from the surgery and is unable to hold urine. Please take her to your vet now to find an answer and to help you help your kitty.


She is not a rag doll to throw away.


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April 3, 20150 found this helpful

Bless you for taking in a stray who desperately needed a home. I don't know if you have owned a pet before, but know that they do have problems along the way that you will need to solve. First I would have her checked by a Vet to eliminate any problems from the surgery.

Then I would look to see if your cat is feeling threatened by local cats she sees out the window. This will cause a cat to start marking like crazy. If this is the case and you cant discourage local roaming cats, you may need to block her view from the window where she sees them. Sometimes cats will come right up and spray on your window or door.


To encourage her back to the litterbox, be sure to have 2 clean litterboxes available. Scoop them twice a day. Keep you clothes in drawers and hampers where she cant get at them. In peeing on your clothing she is mingling your scents to make herself feel more secure. She knows you are her protector. Be sure to play with her daily so she doesn't have excess energy feeding her anxiety. As you make these changes and she builds confidence you should see the marking behavior go away. If it all becomes too much for you, be sure and find a no kill rescue to surrender her to. Good luck!


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April 3, 20150 found this helpful

Be sure and put her litterboxes where she likes them to be. It can make a huge difference. Try moving them back to where they were before the problem started.

April 3, 20150 found this helpful

Sounds like she has picked up an infection or has developed a complication from the surgery...take her to the vet!


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