I found out that he has to be 4-6 months old before he can get fixed, he is about 8 weeks now. Thanks
I was thinking about your kitteh problem last night, and I think Rayne is just too little to be marking his territory yet. Maybe he just needs a little extra reinforcement of the litter box rules. Show him the wet spot on your bed (of course not in an angry way, but in a firm way) say "No", and place him in the litterbox, then gently move his front paws back and forth in a digging motion.
Some kittens need a little more time to remember to go in the litterbox. Then everytime you happen to see that he did use the box, give him extra praises, pets, and kissies. I'm sure you've done all this already, but keep doing it with this kittie until he gets it. I bet my watch and warrant that this will work.
I've had so many cats all my life, and no two are alike in the way they do anything.
And keeping with the thread, here's my kitteh picture for today:
I am having a unique problem with my newest kitty Rayne. I have never encountered this before, maybe you could give me some suggestions. Rayne is box trains and never misses, except when it comes to MY bed. He has 3 times peed on my bed. He does not do this anywhere else except on my bed. I don't understand why he would be doing this. Any help?
If it is not a behavior problem Rayne may have kidney issues. Search the internet for cat urinary problems, he may have to see a vet. I had a kitty who started doing that and it turned out he had a kidney infection that we got cleared up with one round of antibiotics. Good luck, been there done that. Lots of extra laundry LOL.
I read this thread from the beginning last week & was charmed all over again by these wonderful kittens and really appreciate Pat (and Spidey & Galli) for all of these day brighteners.
Below are my cats, 15-year-old littermates Crow (gray male) and Rose. Likes: Eating, napping Dislikes: Everything else Secret fantasy: Destroying another pair of Mom's shoes Heroes: Ourselves, of course