Cats Peeing on Furniture?

What mouthwash do you use on the wooden parts of your furniture to stop cats from using it as a liter box?

By Heather H.


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December 31, 20141 found this helpful
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Dinah is right. That method is only temporary. The cats will only find someplace else to "go."
To deal with the problem, it's important to find out why they're going outside the box. You can still use the mouthwash method temporarily until you figure out what's going on (but I don't know the formula, sorry.)

Be sure you are using the litterbox formula: one for every cat , plus one. So if you have 2 cats you have three litter boxes.

Be sure you don't put more than one litterbox anyplace that the "boss" cat is particularly territorial over.


The cat will claim that as his or her own, so the other cats will be afraid to go in that one.
This may include the bedroom and bathroom of the owner. Put other boxes in more neutral places.

Of course you should scoop them out at least twice a day and replace litter about once every two weeks. Clean the boxes when you do this.
Check out more information at the link Dinah provided.


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Go to the "Cat Whisperer" website below for help with more permanent methods:


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