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Peeing in a certain place.

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Posted by: octopusouphut at Thu Oct 30 20:56:34 2003  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by octopusouphut ]  
   

My two cats, Cubbie and Gizmo, both use their litter box on a regular bases, as far as I can tell. I never find "little surprises" around the apartment. But there is this one spot of the apartment that always smells funny, kind of like they may have gone to the bathroom there. I never seen either of them actually doing their bussniess there, but I never had that smell until I had the cats. I clean it often with a pet stain remover, but the smell comes back. I tried useing this stuff called "Keep Away" and it worked for a little while, but then I guess they realized that the smell of the Keep Away wasn't going to do anything to hurt them so they went back to marking that spot. Does anybody have any idea why they only seem to pee in this one spot? And, maybe more importantly, how can I stop it? Thanks for any help!
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