Cats always have few connections with the litter box, even they are aware that drilling may sometimes choose another spot at home. “House-soiling” has been concerned cat owners most. It can lead to serious health issues, or dramatic changes within your house. Pay close attention for clues to deal with nasty problem in advance for both you and your beloved cat.
Here I conclude several signs of problems:
Urine spraying, which can provide evidence of urine marks around doorways, windows or new objects within the house
Spending longer time than normal in and around the litter box
Vocalizing while in the litter boxGoing to the litter box more often than normal
There are a few potential causes as well:
A dirty litter box or inadequate amount of boxes in the home. At least one box per cat is recommended. The litter boxes should be distributes in different locations in the house, – not to locate in one room.
Litter box located in a far, noisy or unpleasant surrounding
Litter box is improper, the covered boxes can retain odors so large cats may not be able to move around e small boxes
Wrong type of litter or unexpected change in litter type
Social changes, including adding a new cat or the unexpected presence of outdoor cats
If you are such a kind of people who seldom change your cat’s litter box, travel a lot, or have couples of cats at home, you’re more likely to face a “house-soiling” problem. Try to make adjustments according to some of the factors stated above. If the problem continues to get worse, you’d better to see your veterinarian to find possible health problems.