... Hi, My name is Kathy...I have a beautiful 8 year old Siamese female here named Rosy. She too has the same symptoms as addressed above. Rosy started to doMessage 1 of 3 , Jun 4, 2001View Source
> refused to pee in the litter box. I have taken her to the vet, whoHi, My name is Kathy...I have a beautiful 8 year old Siamese female
> then tested for a bladder infection and hyperthyroid...they found
> nothing wrong. She has a bald spot on her back where she is
> losing hair, the vet said she was frantically licking this spot but
> since she can't reach this spot that would be impossible.
here named Rosy. She too has the same symptoms as addressed above.
Rosy started to do her business around the house two years ago for no
reason. There were no changes in her life, nothing dramatic going
on. We tried everything to change her habit including, crating,
changing litter boxes several times including using different brands
of litter, confining her to certain areas, keeping her stress free,
but nothing helped this cat. We also noticed that she was loosing
hair on her back in patches in a spot where it would be impossible
for her to lick. She was to the vet for a complete exam and was
given a complete bill of excellent health especially for her age.
There is no obvious reason for her habit at all and it seems to be
unbreakable. I know how frustrating this situation can be...any help
would be greatly appreciated.
In a message dated 06/04/2001 5:57:22 AM Central Daylight Time, ... Hi To All, I am new to the list and a Sphynx and Maine Coon Breeder from Wisconsin.Message 1 of 3 , Jun 4, 2001View SourceIn a message dated 06/04/2001 5:57:22 AM Central Daylight Time,
> refused to pee in the litter box.
Hi To All, I am new to the list and a Sphynx and Maine Coon Breeder from
Wisconsin. Thank you for inviting me. I do have a silly question on the
litter box problem. Which came first the litter problem or the ichy hair
loss. ?? Was the cat checked for allergies and or body mites. ?? Guess
the reason I am asking this is did the frantic itching cause the potty probem
. It is always sad when a potty problem come up. One of my best Queens
will urinate in the box and leave her stool on the floor next to it. This
started after her first litter. We are coping but praying she never gets any
liquid bowel movements. Sue Gleason of Gleadom
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