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A:Persian Cat who is not Peeing in her Litter Tray PetPlanet Vets PPAdmin email@example.com
Although this sort of thing is often due to a behavioural problem, there is always the possibility that there may be an underlying medical problem eg there may be a problem with the bladder or kidneys. For this reason you should take her to your vet for a thorough examination and check up. If it does turn out to be behavioural rather than medical, your vet may be able to give something to help the problem (eg there is a product called "Feliway" which mimics feline hormones and can help in correcting behavioural problems) and he/she should also be able to recommend a suitable product to
help with odour elimination until you get things sorted out.
Jen Campbell MRCVS (Vet for PetPlanet)