Comments: The cat must die.

I can't help with gettin' the cat to stop pissin' but I know exactly what product will get the smell out - we'll pick some up on Saturday. Don't worry dude - relief is on the way........

Posted by Tammi at February 22, 2007 07:13 PM

Ummmm you could place down an electric mesh,and then every time she goes for it, hit a button and reenact that "dancing cat" scene from Cat's Eye.

Posted by Shadoglare at February 23, 2007 07:47 AM

Once you get the smell out, that should help. Cats go where they smell their prior "goings".

Posted by Carmen at February 23, 2007 08:18 AM

Okay... you know'd I'd like to tell you to dispose of the cat, but I know how much Ktreva likes the damn thing.

You might want to run her, the cat, to the vet. If she's got some frickin' infection, she may be associating it with the catbox and won't go in there. Weird, yes. But it's a cat you're talking about.

Otherwise, the best way to stop her from pissing on the floor is to wrap her in a heavy canvass bag, placed inside a heavy plastic bag, and duct taped. Works almost everytime.

From what I've heard, that is.

Posted by That 1 Guy at February 23, 2007 10:18 AM

T1G, you left out the part about the cinder block and the river.

Posted by Raging Mom at February 23, 2007 10:57 AM

If the cat has suddenly changed its litterbox habits, it's time for a visit to the vet. Something's not right, and that's the only way the cat has figured out how to let you know.

Posted by Omnibus Driver at February 23, 2007 02:03 PM

33 dead kittens.

Meanwhile, I'm echoing the vet advice. Our kitty had huge crystals in her bladder and required surgery.

For the stains, I'd suggest trying OUT! or something else with enzymes.

And play some Kitten Cannon:

http://www.burststudio.com/kitten.html

Posted by Harvey at February 26, 2007 06:35 PM