How to stop a cat from spraying on beds

But cleaning a dirty cat litter is not a task of rating, it is much better than cleaning after a cat that sprays in inappropriate places, such as beds. Your pet can indulge in this undesirable behavior because of changes in its environment or other sources of stress. You can use several methods on how to stop a cat from spraying on beds, but you have to be patient and persistent.

• Immediately after the cat soils the bed, treat bedding and mattress with a liquid enzyme formulated cleanser to remove cat urine odor, such as stupid anti-tagging cat and Cat Spray remover (available in large pet stores). If you do not completely remove the odor, the cat can spray again in the same place. After using the enzyme cleaner, wash the bedding as you normally would.

• Provide cat litter boxes not covered, clean in different places in your home. Your cat may have a negative association with its current litter tray. If it has startled while in the area, or away from it, is kept by other animals in your home, it will look for other areas to spray. Providing suitable replacement areas for your cat’s relief, she may stop using your bed.

• Close the doors of your room if possible, or place the plastic carpet path put upside down, on beds to keep the cat from jumping on them. The plastic tips on the runner’s bottom will feel unpleasant for the cat and it can keep the beds away.

• Put a plastic mattress cover on your mattress to protect it if you decide to leave your bedroom doors open or cannot insulate the cat’s bed. The cover will keep the urine soaking the mattress and facilitate the removal of the odor easier.

Clean your cat’s litter box. Some cats refuse to use a litter, once they have soiled it two or three times.

Use a blacklight to detect dried urine stains on your bedding or mattress. Urine glow in green under black light.

When a cat sprays several times on beds, it could be a sign of a medical problem. Take your pet to the vet to make sure it is healthy.