Urinating in odd places can mean either a behavior problem or a medical problem and sometimes the difference is not clear cut. Further, cats often urinate in unusual places in an effort to reassert their claim to territory, this need often arising from psychological stress and psychological stress can easily lead to a disease state. Some cats have purely behavioral motivations without illness. There are many causes for this syndrome, including psychological stress.
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Signs Your Cat Needs Medical Attention
It might be one of the most frustrating things that can happen to you as a cat owner: your cat is peeing on your bed. The first thing you must consider anytime your cat is urinating outside of the litter box is that she might have a medical problem. Urinary tract infection, diabetes, and kidney disease are all common conditions in cats that can cause an inability to make it to the litter box or an aversion to using the box.
Cats that are having problems peeing are often seen going in and out of the litter box more than normal. They are usually peeing small, frequent amounts, or they cannot pee at all. They might pee outside of the litter box.