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Old June 18th, 2002, 10:39 AM
Ruthieann Ruthieann is offline
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My cat peed on my bed

Rileigh, our female cat is about 9 months old. We got her 4 months ago. She is very affectionate and friendly, and we had never had any problems with her.
Two weeks ago, Rileigh peed on my bed while I was in it. Her litter is clean and she is litter trained. Yesterday she peed on a chair, and this morning she peed on our bed while I was in it. After she peed in all 3 occations, she began needing the area.
Is this problem ever going to end? How can I stop her from doing this again? Please help me. I am not fond of stinky cat pee.
Than you,
Ruth
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Old June 26th, 2002, 08:23 PM
maude maude is offline
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Hi,

I would take a cue from other similar questions on this site.

Buy one of those products that has a smell that cats hate.
Spray it on your bed (make sure it's safe by reading the label) and see what happens.

It may be the answer you are looking for.

Good luck

Maude
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