Male cat is peeing everywhere?
I have a male domestic outside cat. It's now winter and he is peeing inside on our objects which is quite unusual. Last year he did a similar thing but it wasn't that bad.
I'm worried that he could have kidney stone problems as our last cat died from a kidney stone problem ( he was age 13). Please help I want to know if this is normal and just because it's too cold out side to go or because he could be sick?My thoughts:
I'm sorry to hear that your cat is having problems. I don't believe this is normal and yes, it's possible that he is sick. Urinating "everywhere" is often a sign of illness (either urological or something else) or at the very least, a sign of distress.
Does he have a litter box inside? If not, I'd give him a litter box inside that he can use. That way, if it's too cold out, he can use the litter box inside and you'll know for sure if this ever happens again that it's because he's not feeling good.
First, I would call the vet and get him checked out.
I hope that helps and please let us know what happens with him.