It can be upsetting and stressful for you, and can become incredibly expensive if you’re forced to continually clean carpets and floors, or replace furniture.
Many cat owners mistakenly believe that the problem will eventually go away… Others give up in frustration and are forced to give their cat away, or worse…
While others scream and shout at their feline friend, which only succeeds in creating an even more anxious and confused cat that’s MORE LIKELY to pee and spray in inappropriate places.
Because whatever the reason for your cat’s inappropriate peeing and spraying, I have a very simple solution…
Create the happy, contented and loving cat you’ve always wanted! (When you have a happy cat, it will be a pleasure to have around the house, rather than a smelly nuisance!)
Save huge amounts of money on cleaning supplies! (When your cat is peeing in the litter box, you’ll no longer need to spend money repeatedly cleaning carpets, floors and furniture, saving you hundreds of dollars a year, and possibly more)
Dramatically reduce your stress levels! (We all know how stressful it can be when you’re constantly worrying about when and where it’s going to happen next, while cleaning the same spots multiple times can be EXTREMELY annoying)
Leave the house with no worries! (Once your cat has been trained to pee where it’s supposed to – and nowhere else – you’ll finally be able to leave the house without worrying about what you might find when you return home!)
And say goodbye to inappropriate peeing and spraying FOREVER!
So, do you want to finally eradicate your cat’s urination problem once and for all?
If so, then I can help!
Hi, my name’s Sarah Richards, and this is my cat Timmy.
Today, Timmy is a happy, contented and well-trained cat who hasn’t peed outside the litter box in 3 years.
I can leave my house for hours, and give him the run of every room with 100% confidence that he will NEVER pee anywhere other than his litter box.
But believe me, it wasn’t always this way!
Well, let me tell you a quick story about how Timmy came into my life.
Since 2009 I’ve been working as a Veterinary Technician for the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
My job entails prepping animals for surgery and post-operative recovery, and as you can imagine, I’ve treated A LOT of sick, malnourished and mistreated animals during my time in the job.
Back in 2011, a colleague of mine brought in a skinny little tabby cat who had been found with 6 other cats in an empty house.
The owner’s home had been foreclosed due to him losing his job and not being able to keep up the repayments.
But rather than take the cats with him or bring them to us, he’d decided to simply abandon them, and leave them all to fend for themselves
Eventually, the cats were discovered when the realtor entered the home, days after the owner had left.
I instantly fell in love with the smallest one. He was very unwell and close to death when he was rescued.
He was so sick that everyone thought it was unlikely that he would survive the night.
It seemed that everyone had given up on him but me.
But he was a fighter, and he made it through the night.
Not having a pet at the time, I asked that I be allowed to take him home, which my bosses allowed me to do once he was well enough.
So a few days later I took him home with me.
He had been used to peeing wherever he wanted, and moving him to a new home resulted in some major anxiety issues – which made the problem even worse.
He would pee on the furniture, in the corner of the kitchen, on the bed, on my clothes – anywhere but the litter box, in fact!
I was constantly cleaning the house, wiping up pee, washing my clothes and buying new cushions and bed linen.
And it went on for months…
Until finally, the breakthrough happened!
I got chatting to a girl named Laura, one of our cat behaviour specialists at work, who gave me a really weird but unbelievably effective trick that she said would encourage Timmy to start peeing in the litter box.
And incredibly, it worked straight away!