I have a male cat that is fixed and de-clawed. He gets plenty of attention, cat box is always clean, and has food and water all the time but yet he still pees on our clothes. Usually it's the clothes that get thrown in the laundry room on the floor but still. I can't take it anymore. I try my best to stay on top of laundry but any mother knows how easy it is to get behind. Any tips? Also, how do I get the smell out of our clothes when I wash them? I can't seem to get it out so I keep washing them.Answer Question
Answer by ali_1107 at 2:35 PM on Nov. 17, 2009
Typically, when cats do this they are marking. My child hood cat would do the same thing when clothes where left on the floor. It had it's benifits my husband learned to pick up his clothes off the floor. But it could also mean he has a bladder infection so you may want to have him checked out. Something that helps with behavior issues is Comfort zone with Feliway plug in. Cat Attract can also be found in pet stores in both the kitty litter and powder or whatever it is. That is great for teaching or reteaching cats to use the box but is not great for cats that are marking at least in my experience.
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