Dealing With Urination Or Urine-Marking Problems
If your problem is urination or urine-marking, the culprit can be identified with the use of fluorescein dye. This is the same dye that is used to detect eye problems. You can ask your veterinarian for an oral solution of the dye. The easiest way is to put the dye in a capsule so it can easily be given to your cats. The dye causes the urine to fluoresce when viewed under a special lamp or light. However, this method is not 100% reliable.
One thing that you is not recommended when dealing with litter box problems in multi-cat households is confining each cat to see if the problem persists. Confinement may be causing undue stress to the cat. Also, confining the cat that may be causing the stress to the culprit cat may lead to stopping of the behavior because the two cats are not near each other.
Sudden changes in your pet’s health and/or behavior should warrant an appointment at your animal hospital Dallas, GA.