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My cat is peeing or spraying my bed pillow

I took this stray cat in 18 months ago. She is very lovable ^& clean. But lately she is spraying or peeing on mu bed. I have 2 other cats.

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Your cat is marking her territory it's normal but you should make sure you wash whatever smells like her pee it's disgusting

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what

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Whats the question?

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what are you on about
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whatever
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all he said was his cat pees on his pillow.
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Toni - Stop commenting!! I think you should just change your pillow!'LOL

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what ever
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She's asking for answers, not stupid answers!
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leave me alone
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My sister cat use to do that, we were positive he was mad at my sister. He did it one time when my sister hadn't put water in his bowl for a while. Other than that I don't know what to tell you.

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Aw!!!!!
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If she isnt trained, when she pooops put it in her litter box. Thats what i did with my fister kittens. & please, get another pillow. I think you can clean it with vinegar. But i would just throw it away. Maybe, so she stops spraying, get her nueterd if shes not. I think that stops it. Good luck with you kitty. (:

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Is your cat fixed? If not.... Time to do so.

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Well one solution would be to let it be a stray again..

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we need space to aye
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If you get them fixed there is a good chance the cat will stop.

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You have to get them fixed at a certain age or it will continue to happen and only boy cats spray
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Often when a cat starts doing this type of behavior "out of the blue" they are in distress about something. It may be they don't like the condition of their litter box. They might have a urinary tract infection. Kitty is trying to let you know in a very in your face manner, to pay attention. Do a bit of detective work. You've gotten lots of good ideas so far.

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If the cat is spraying it is a boy marking his territory and if it is a girl she is peeing remember it is a stray cat you will have train it.

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