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I recommend that you take him in to see your veterinarian. Increased aggression and urinating outside the litter box can be signs of an underlying medical issue. These can include a urinary tract infection, injury, arthritis, pain, or they can be a behavioral issue.
Your veterinarian can examine him for any underlying medical issues. If there is a medical issue then usually treating the issue will resolve the aggression and urinating issue. If it is a behavioral issue then he may need a treatment plan that includes behavioral modification. Your veterinarian can recommend the treatment that will be best for him.
John Smith, DVMVeterinarian
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