At my wits end (litter box/urine/behavior)


New member
Sep 10, 2023
I have 2 cats (10M) and (13F). They will not stop peeing…everywhere. I'm talking next to the litter box, on the front door, in front of the kitchen sink cabinets, on the bathroom floor, in the tub...etc. This has been a consistent issue for several years now. I feel like a prisoner in my own home. They have damaged my floors, my walls, and my carpet. I do not know what to do. I feel helpless and disgusted and I'm so tired of coming home each day to a mess to clean up.

Here are some more details: -both cats are fixed.
-there are 3 litter boxes that are emptied daily, if not 2X a day. I have tried various boxes, litter, attractants, etc. -they have been checked and cleared by the vet. -I have tried: sprays, pheromones, tin foil, lemon, orange, CBD treats, anti marking spray, more litter boxes... -each time, clean it with an enzyme cleaner.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm sitting on my floor crying because I don't know how much more I can take.


Staff member
Nov 25, 2021
That sounds really stressful and it's clear that you love your cats very much. Jackson Galaxy is a bit of an expert when it comes to fixing cat behaviour, so give his resources a go and please let us know how you get on.

Usually when cats do this, it's a sign of stress. Two questions come to mind:

1 Do they like each other, or do they tend to fight, compete for food, stand-offs etc
2 Are they feeling separation anxiety when you're gone? This one sounds the most likely since they leave you these gifts when you're not there. There are ways of reducing their anxiety.

Welcome to Feline Forums and I hope you solve the problem soon.