A cat that pees in the house can make your home smell like a litter box.
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.
If any of this sounds familiar to you, then don't worry...
“For 7 months my cat Oscar had been peeing all over the house - on the kitchen floor, outside the front door, at the top of the stairs and on the bed! It was very stressful time and incredibly time-consuming to have to keep cleaning it up day in day out. I honestly didn’t think I’d ever be able to stop him doing it. I found this program through Google and thought I’d give it a try. I’m so glad I did! This programme is so simple yet so effective. Oscar hasn’t peed anywhere but the litter tray in 4 weeks now!”
Oscar - Edinburgh, UK
“Merci beaucoup for such an excellent program! I have a 1 year old cat called Chloe who is a very anxious and a shy little thing. She was always urinating in the corner of my bedroom which was very frustrating, and very smelly! Even if I put the litter box in the corner, she would pee next to it, but never in it. Since I put this plan into action she has not once peed in the corner. She will now only pee in the litter box. I am so, so pleased!!”
Margoot Dedeyn &Chloe-Nice ,France