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Peeing Outside The Litterbox, 8 Signs & Solutions

If you're a cat lover, then you know that cats are notorious for doing their business outside the litter box. While this can be frustrating, it's important to remember that there are likely underlying causes for your cat's behavior. In this…

Goodbye Sassy & Gidget and All My Furry Babies

by Jessica H Page   The following poem I wrote the night Sassy was taken from us. She was such a sweet cat. Then they all are aren’t they? Our babies of fur. Last afternoon when I got home from work mom came to visit and told…
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There’s an old saying that goes, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” But is that really true? Can you really train your cat? According to some experts, you can. In fact, there are a number of ways to train your cat, from using positive reinforcement to teaching them simple commands. So if you’re looking for a way to make your relationship with your feline friend more rewarding, consider training your cat. You may be surprised at how much they can learn!

Yes, you can train your cat – it just takes a lot of patience and consistency

Anyone who has ever tried to train a cat knows that it can be a challenge. Cats are notoriously independent creatures, and they often seem disinterested in anything we try to teach them. However, with a little patience and consistency, it is possible to train your cat. Just like dogs, cats can learn tricks, manners, and even basic obedience commands. The key is to find activities that interest your cat and then reward them for good behavior. For example, you might teach your cat to sit by offering them a treat every time they do so. With time and patience, you’ll be able to successfully train your cat – even if it takes a little longer than training a dog!

Start by teaching your cat basic commands, such as come, sit, stay, and down

Cats are notoriously independent creatures, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be trained. In fact, there are a number of basic commands that every cat should know. Start by teaching your cat to come when called. This is especially important if you have an outdoor cat, as it will help you keep track of them. Next, teach your cat to sit. This is a good default behavior that can come in handy in a variety of situations. Once your cat has mastered the basics, you can move on to more advanced commands such as stay and down. With a little patience and some tasty treats, you’ll be amazed at how much your cat can learn.

Reward your cat with treats or positive reinforcement when they obey your commands

Training your cat can be a rewarding experience for both you and your furry friend. When you take the time to teach your cat useful skills, you are helping them to lead a healthier and happier life. One of the best ways to train your cat is to use positive reinforcement. This means rewarding them with treats or affection whenever they obey your commands. For example, if you are trying to teach your cat to stay off the counter, you would give them a treat every time they listen to your command. With patience and consistency, you can successfully train your cat to do all kinds of tricks. So why not give it a try? Your cat will thank you for it.

Be patient – it may take a while for your cat to learn the new rules, but eventually, they will get the hang of it.

Cats are creatures of habit, and they can be resistant to change. When you first bring a cat home, they may be confused about all the new sights and smells. And if you already have a cat, introducing a new cat to the household can be a challenge. But even though it may take some time, it’s important to be patient. With a little bit of patience and training, your cat will eventually learn the new rules and adjust to its new environment. So don’t give up hope – your cat will get there in the end.

Ignore Everything above. You can not train your cat! At least I can’t! Heh But good luck all the same, please share your experiences or thoughts.

So there you have it – you can train your cat, it just takes a lot of patience and consistency. Start by teaching your cat some basic commands, such as come, sit, stay, and down. Reward your kitty with treats or positive reinforcement when they obey your commands. Be patient – it may take a while for them to learn the new rules, but eventually, they will get the hang of it. If all else fails, try using an electronic training collar to help them learn the ropes. And don’t forget to share this post with your fellow cat-training aficionados!

If you’re a cat lover, then you know that cats are notorious for doing their business outside the litter box. While this can be frustrating, it’s important to remember that there are likely underlying causes for your cat’s behavior. In this blog post, I’ll talk about some of the most common reasons cats pee outside the litter box, as well as tips on how to correct the behavior. So if you’re at your wit’s end with your kitty’s potty issues, read on!

There could be a medical reason for why your cat is peeing outside the litter box.

If your cat is peeing outside the litter box, it’s important to rule out any medical causes before assuming it’s a behavioral issue. There are a number of medical conditions that can cause a cat to urinate outside the litter box, including urinary tract infections, kidney disease, and diabetes. If your cat is suddenly starting to pee outside the box, or if there is a change in the frequency of appearance of their urine, it’s best to consult with your veterinarian to rule out any underlying medical issues. Once any medical causes have been ruled out, you can begin to look at possible behavioral reasons for why your cat is choosing to go outside the litter box.

Your cat might be trying to tell you something – there could be a problem with their litter box or they’re not getting enough exercise.

Have you ever noticed your cat peeing outside their litter box? Before you get too upset, there could be a perfectly logical explanation. Maybe their litter box is in a place that’s too loud or busy for them. Or maybe they’re not getting enough exercise and they’re trying to release some of that built-up energy. Whatever the reason, there are a few things you can do to encourage them to use their litter box again. First, make sure the box is in a quiet, out-of-the-way place. Second, scoop it out regularly and clean it with unscented cat litter. Finally, give your cat plenty of toys and playtime so they can stay active. Do NOT yell at or chastise the cat as that will cause even more issues.

If you have more than one cat, it’s possible that there’s a conflict over who gets to use the litter box

If you have more than one cat, you may have noticed that there’s sometimes a conflict over who gets to use the litter box. One cat may try to pee outside the box, or may not cover its urine properly. These cats are usually trying to assert their dominance over the other cats in the house. In order to solve this problem, you need to remove all traces of urine from the area around the litter box. This will send a message to the cat that this is not an acceptable place to pee. You can also try using a different type of litter, or placing the litter box in a different location. By understanding the reasons for your cat’s behavior, you can find a solution that works for everyone.

Cats sometimes pee outside the litter box because of stress, such as when there’s a new baby or pet in the house.

As any cat owner knows, cats are fastidious creatures when it comes to using the litter box. However, there are times when even the most well-behaved cat will decide to urinate outside the box. In most cases, this behavior is caused by stress. For example, a cat may start peeing outside the box if there is a new baby or pet in the house. The good news is that there are ways to reduce stress and stop this behavior. For instance, you can try using a covered litter box or providing your cat with more vertical space. You can also try using a pheromone diffuser to help calm your cat’s nerves. With a little patience and understanding, you can help your cat feel comfortable and re-train them to use the litterbox.

If your cat is peeing in inappropriate places, it might be a sign that they’re sick and need to see a vet.

If you have a cat, you know that they’re very particular creatures. So when they start peeing outside of their litter box, it can be a sign that something’s wrong. There are several reasons why your cat might be doing this, but the most common one is that they’re sick and need to see a vet. Other possible causes include stress, anxiety, and a change in routine. Regardless of the reason, it’s important to clean up your cat’s urine as soon as possible. Not only is it unsightly, but the odor can also be difficult to get rid of. There are a variety of products on the market designed specifically for removing cat urine, so there’s no excuse for not keeping your home clean and cat-friendly.

Make sure you’re cleaning the litter box often and putting fresh litter in it every day

Have you ever wondered why your cat pees outside the litter box? It could be that the litter box is dirty and in need of a good cleaning. Be sure to clean the litter box often and put fresh litter in it every day. Cats are clean creatures and they don’t want to use a dirty bathroom. If the litter box is clean, your cat will be more likely to use it. Another reason your cat may be peeing outside the box is that the type of litter you’re using isn’t to their liking. Try out different types of litter until you find one that your cat prefers. With a little trial and error, you can get your cat back on track and use the litter box again.

Try different types of litter until you find one your cat likes.

If your cat is peeing outside of the litter box, it may be time to try a different type of litter. There are many different types of cat litters on the market, and finding the right one for your cat can take some trial and error. Clumping litters are popular because they make it easy to remove urine, but some cats don’t like the feel of them. Natural litters made from materials like wood chips or corn can be more comfortable for some cats, but they may not clump as well. You may also want to try a litter with a scent that appeals to your cat’s natural instincts. Ultimately, the best way to find a litter your cat likes is to experiment with different types until you find one that works.

Place the litter box in a quiet, secluded spot where your cat feels comfortable using it.

If you’ve ever had a cat, you know that they can be finicky creatures. One minute they’re purring contentedly in your lap, and the next they’re sharpening their claws on your best curtains. However, one of the most important things to keep in mind when caring for a cat is its litter box. In order to keep your cat from peeing outside the box, it’s important to place the litter box in a quiet, secluded spot where your cat feels comfortable using it. Once you’ve found the perfect spot, be sure to keep the litter box clean by scooping out waste daily and changing the litter regularly. With a little bit of effort, you can help your cat feel comfortable and prevent them from making a smelly mess in the wrong places.

If your cat is peeing outside the litter box, it’s important to take action quickly. There are a number of potential causes for this behavior, but fortunately, there are also many solutions. By understanding the signs and taking corrective measures, you can help your cat get back to using the litter box like normal. Have you experienced this issue with your cat? What solutions have worked best for you?

by Jessica H Page

 

The following poem I wrote the night Sassy was taken from us. She was such a sweet cat. Then they all are aren’t they? Our babies of fur. Last afternoon when I got home from work mom came to visit and told me what had happened. That Sassafras was put to sleep and joined all of our other babies on the Rainbow Bridge. Below is something I wrote while I was thinking about them, all of them throughout the years and all of those in the future. What I have determined is that they are worth the pain and they make room for another cat to find a good home when they leave us. So while my heart aches, I take comfort in the fact that she was a happy cat, lived a long life and was well loved. Sometime the knowledge of pain holds us back, from moving forward. Everytime I go through this with a beloved pet I have to remind myself that it is okay to grieve and it is okay to forgive myself and that they are worth the pain.

-Jess H. Page

colors, all of them surround me

some I have seen,

some I have hated,

some I have loved,

Some I have never seen and will forget too soon

colors, drifting into one another

colors everywhere

here I am nothing

ethereal,  yet, as they stream past me,

a never ending tide of animals,

unaware, they part around me

animals I never dreamt existed,

walked calmly around this nonexistent self,

with cats, dogs, rats and all the animals norm,

extinct, long gone animals walked within the tide,

they all belonged, I did not.

colors never meant for my eyes

overwhelming yet comforting

a word on the tip of the tongue,

a feeling at the edge of consciousness

standing on a rainbow beyond conception,

painful beauty one should never experience

lungs filled with colors

yet silence,

strong and powerful,

heavy with inconceivable knowledge and wisdom

as silent paws trod and wings disturb the colorful air

silence filled with eternity as the tide parted around me

a tingle

physical and real on a body that did not exist

i turn

i know

i can feel them

as the tide ebbed and flowed

i turned around and around

yearning

colors blinding me

grief overwhelming me

voiceless I cried out

the tide continued, never ending,

the rainbow, solid beneath

body, out of place, alone, drops

wetness slides soundlessly down my cheeks

unseen fingers twirl the salt water with the colors

a heart forms as tears run unstopped,

a heart aches with loss and guilt,

a sound, a hiss breaks the weighted silence

startled I look up and there they are,

all of them,

my lost furry babies,

each special in their own way,

as I watch, a newcomer joins them and hisses again

as she is joined by her siblings,

then she looks at me and they all turn and look at me

the weight of their combined gaze filled with such knowledge, understanding and love,

a beautiful grey and white furry boy nuzzles the newcomer,

a sweet tabby next to him watches them as the newcomer starts to purr,

one cat, a beautiful black and white cat, seems to wink at me

As I watch, each one of my furry babies looks at me

love, forgiveness, understanding and mystery in each set of eyes

As they turn as one and join the silent tide

Eventually they are consumed by the mist of color

I have no reason to watch the slow parade of animals

Moving on to their next stop in their journey

So I turn and walk against the flowing tide that parts unknowingly before me

Losing myself in my own mist of color

My heart at peace, eyes still sore from crying

I go home.

By Jessica H. Page