Q. My cat peed on my bed. She is on antiobiotic and is still doing it. What could be the problem?

A. If there has been a change in the household (even something subtle), she could be doing it out of stress. Bach flower essences can help with stress such as Pet Rescue Remedy. Please ensure also her litter box is cleaned daily and have at least 2 available for her use. You may consider adding one near your bed. Otherwise, perhaps she should be retested for UTI.

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