First thing I would do is get them to a vet. Unusual peeing can mean an infection or urine crystals. Food that helps the urine tract is a good thing to do, but I would also get them to a vet. Another reason could be they are fighting for control, something all cats do at one time or another. Make sure you have a litter box for each of them and keep them uncovered so they can't trap each other. But first, get them to a vet.
Peeing? female pomeranian puppy 3.5 months old. was potty training just fine then our neighbor brought over 8 yr old male pomeranian. it was not on neutral turf. female pomeranian saw male pomeranian marking- ever since then SHE not potty trained. she is holding her pee when not looking and just peeing out in random spots. I'm so frustrated at this point I'm ready to give her up I've tried retraining her potty wise like b4 that was working but no luck
We were in the process of moving, and so my kitty stayed with my aunt. I just got her back yesterday, but she only stays in my room, and whenever someone comes in or any sudden noise she runs under my bed. She has always been a little scared of everything, but it just seems worse, so I wonder if she has been abused?
My cat laid in a flower pot all day yesterday, and never got out to my knowledge, because he was in the same position as when I left. My family and I took him inside because we were worried, and he went straight upstairs into my daughter's room, laying in the the corner, and went back there if someone moved him. He has recently become an outside cat too. What does this mean?
My cat typically is very anxious. She greets me when I get home and is usually vying for my attention. My work schedule has changed. Yesterday, she seemed okay with it and acted normally. Today, she did not greet me, and has hidden under the bed all night. Is it the schedule change or something more?
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