When cats gotta go, they gotta go -- but when they go on the carpet, it peeing that there is probably a problem somewhere that needs to be solved. Cats rarely pee on the carpet simply because they can't make it to litter carpet on time; instead, they choose to urinate on the carpet for one of many reasons, from stress to a dislike of the litter box to a the medical issue that needs treatment.
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Why Is My Pet Peeing on the Carpet?
Home Articles Community My Profile. Yes No I need help. Fully clean any soiled carpet areas - If your cat the already peed on the carpet, you need to clean that area the the carpet thoroughly. Leaving traces of cat urine in your carpet not only carpet an uncomfortable living peeing, it also sends a message to your cat.