So what is the solution to this problem?Tigger pees on my bed avery now and them. She does it because she is pissed (no pun intended) about something. Usually it's the fact that the vacuum cleaner was used, or the laundry is being done, or perhaps the most dreadful thing from her perspective, I'm sleeping in and didn't wake up to feed them :)The worst is when I don't find out until I am about to go to bed at night.
I was going to ask who is angry at you right now - that would be my first suspect. Next I would be a bit concerned about a UTI or something but some cats are just angry pee-ers (our only girl Lola is one) so that is always my first guess.
I've closed my bedroom door. And I'm trying to watch Bob for a UTI because he's had them before.Yep, I usually find out as I slide under the sheet.
Unfortunately one of their "secure" hiding places is under my bed. They tear holes in the lining under the box springs and then hide inside the box springs. That and the fact that Sunney has learned how to open the door to my room. So I would have to lock myself out of my room all the time.
That is a hard one! Unless you catch them.
Uh oh! That could be trouble, Bob!
Bob, have you got some explaining to do? Maggie May will sometimes pee on towels if you leave them on the floor. Can't figure out why, she has always done it.
Sometimes it's a territorial thing, sometimes it could be something else. I was going to say, if this persists you might want to take him to the vet. As we all know that is a way of telling us something could be wrong physically. I sure pray that that's not the case, and it could just be him being upset. I know once I went out of town for a few days and had a babysitter that was not good, and one of my cats pooed on my bed. Keep us informed. Since I am not on the blog much lately due to being so busy, please comment on my blog, ok? I really do care if he's ok or not and want to know what you find out!Linda :)
Oh no, I guess that is going to mean that nobuddy will be allowed on the bed.
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