Here stands the sweet, innocent, senile lady who has clearly had some issues making it completely into her litter box.
(She is also drooling in this photo)
We’ve discussed this issue before. Why step all the way in when the front feet will do. It’s a simple process to then just pee on the absorbent puppy training pads that surround the box.
I’ve come to terms with this. I don’t necessarily like it, but I tolerate it. However…
Twice now, this innocent looking cat has peed on the floor, very near my fireplace tiles, on two different pairs of shoes.
The first time, about 1 week ago, the shoes belonged to Miss G. They were partially covered by a plastic bag, and we just sort of brushed off the fact that we had just sat and watched the cat pee (a lot) on this bag, the shoes and my rug. We chocked it up to confusion because…senile cat.
Today, after moving a small hall table that had been in the same vicinity as the initial pee site, and after I was finished outside, I removed my sandals and tossed them just inches from pee area #1. The cat, my innocent confused cat, walked directly to the sandals, stepped onto them, skewed one leg out a bit, and proceeded to pee (again a lot) on the carpet, fireplace tile, and even managed a few drops onto my shoes.
Is she confused? I am beginning to have my doubts as she certainly makes 95% of her pee stops at the litter box.
What the hell do I do now.