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Erica
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posted 07-29-2002 10:44 PM           Edit/Delete Message
I have recently acquired a new kitten due to the death of our previously loved cat of 1 yr. I had no problem teaching the first cat to use the litter but this one is totally different. This kitten is about 6 weeks old and does currently use the litter box but has decided that when she is to tired or lazy to go to the cat box my bed has become her alternate litter I am at a loss as how to break this kitten from this behaviore,help.
thanks for any input

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Candy_tobias
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posted 07-29-2002 10:45 PM           Edit/Delete Message
I also have a naughty kittie that is peeing in my bed. Have you found a solution? I hope so because I am about ready to get rid of my kittie. HELP!!!!!

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Kat
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posted 10-31-2002 09:21 PM           Edit/Delete Message
My kitten is also peeing in my bed. It's making me crazy. I try to keep her our of the room but just as soon as I forget to shut the door I find the dreaded pee spot on my dry clean only feather quilt!!!! What do I do?

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bellasmommy
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posted 10-31-2002 10:07 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for bellasmommy     Edit/Delete Message
Just to be on the safe side..
Have any of you with the kitty peeing problem actually caught the kitty in action peeing on the bed?? I ask this because one of my cats has epilepsy and we used to find pee on the bed and believed that she was being "naughty". I do not want to alarm any of you or suggest that this is the problem but just let you know that I think it is important to catch the cat in the act to be sure that it is indeed a behavioral problem and not a medical problem!
I hope this helps any of you..

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Bethness
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posted 02-18-2003 02:10 AM           Edit/Delete Message
My almost two years old cat has been going through what we thought was heat, because she is not spayed. However, she goes into this"heat" type phase every other week, and pees on clothes and blankets and beds. My roomate has to wash her sheets 1-2 times a week. I have no idea what is wrong with her. Also, she is very attention wanting,and rubs up against everything. The moaning and attention wanting would make sence, but she won't stop peeing all over the place. She sometimes uses the litter box and sometimes not. someone help please! i am a poor college student w/ not enough money to afford a vet right away.I have to save up,and i'd appriciate some advice on the matter. thank you. -beth

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Bethness
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posted 02-18-2003 02:15 AM           Edit/Delete Message
Also--some info to maybe help. We also have two other cats, 8 mos. old each...And my cat w/ the peeing problem(Kazoo) I have caught her in the act peeing on my clothes and my roomates bed, and she even once peed on my face while i was laying in my bed! That was horrible. My roomates chair is also ruined because she peed in it. We really don'tknow what to do, i love my kat to death, i donot want to give her up. someone help please - Beth

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misha
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posted 02-25-2003 12:32 AM           Edit/Delete Message
I have the same problem, my roomate has 3 cats, I have one. I've been looking on the web for different ideas and tried them all. There are several kitty litter boxes, all cleaned daily throughout the house. The kitten is given pleanty of attention, but when I leave the house it pees right where I normally sleep. The cat is not even mine, and not a very social cat, so it surely can not be mad at me. This morning I was gone one hour only and came home to find the pee right on my feather pillows and my fresh sheets. ARGGGGH!

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GoldenKitten3000
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posted 03-04-2003 03:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for GoldenKitten3000     Edit/Delete Message
My dads cat, Dusty used to do that, how he fixed it was, he picked him up by his neck while holding his bottom. Poped his noise about 2-3 inches from where he wetted & starting saying no about 5-6 times.

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