Most of the questions a cat behavior therapist gets are about incontinence and spraying. That isn’t so surprising: it is the most common behavioral problem in cats and also, it is a predicament that most owners would like to get fixed ASAP.
Questions about stopping cats from peeing or pooping outside the litter box are often difficult to answer. There can be so many different causes why a cat is showing incontinence or spraying.
Keep in mind, the marking of specific places with urine and stools is, in fact, a part of normal cat behavior.
Spraying and marking with urine and stool is healthy, normal cat behavior. Cats use odors to communicate with each other. With their smells, they can pass on information to other cats, including:
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