How can I make my cat stop peeing on our beds?

Well I know there are other questions like this, but my situation is a little different. I have 2 cats. They are both male, and one is about 5, and the other one is about 6 months old. About 1 or 2 months after we got the kitten, he started to occasionally pee on our beds, particularly 1, but sometimes another. Now, he pees on blankets, all the beds, piled up clothes, etc. Does it matter that they’re both male? Does it matter that the older one is sometimes mean to the kitten? Just so you know, they are both neutered, and the older one, ocassionally, and I mean occasionally peed on clothes before we got the kitten. We keep the litter box clean and everything. I just don’t know what to do. HELP!

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    9 Responses to “How can I make my cat stop peeing on our beds?”

    1. bohrcmrinsitsy1 Says:

      Sounds behavourial. My male cat does the same thing whenever I upset his normal routine. It should go away when they become adjusted again. In the meantime keep clothes and blankets picked up, spray the bed down with odoban or shampoo with a water/vinegar mixture or with shampoo made for pet odors. Wash all the clothes/bedding he has peed on in the pet odor shampoo, laundry detergent, clorox 2 for colours, and fabric softner….it works trust me to get all the odours out so kitty wont want to remark. Good luck and just encourage your kitten to use the litter box….also you may want to use a different kind of litter.

    2. Cogito Ergo Sum Says:

      Stop annoying him.

    3. Serena T Says:

      They smell where they went before probably. Try washing everything with Wee Wee Stain and Odor Remover Cat by Four Paws.

      And keep the door shut for a while.

    4. Lindsay G Says:

      No idea if this stuff work, but there is a spry you can buy, that anywhere you spry it the cat/dog wont go.

      Otherwise I do recall that when my aunt had two cat, that when ever they peed, she would spry them with water and that seemed to help.

    5. Rach Says:

      spray it w/ water… they don’t like that and will stop after a few times.

    6. ANDREW G Says:

      Try keeping your bedroom door closed, and then they can’t pee on your beds can they?

    7. woohootoodles Says:

      i think it mite have sistytus(i dont know how you spel it) but our cat got that because he was scared to go outside and he was holding in his pee all the time. i dont know if something has scared your kitten but it mite be sistytus which means it hurts when you pee i think humans can get it aswel so if your kitten is peeing on beds and things it mite just be that it comes out there because he thinks its more comfy than a litter tray or he could have been sleeping and it came out… take him to the vet and they should be able to help and if it was something that scared him it could have been the older cat and even though it mite not be often hes meen to the kitten it mite not need to be that much…its scared it already if you know what i mean?…i really hope evrything is ok for you and the kitten good luck

    8. Kitty Says:

      I can empathize with your problem. The very first thing you must do is take the cat to the vet to rule out urinary tract infection. Peeing in places other than the litter box is a symptom of U.T.I. Male cats often have bladder stones which cause infection. The vet also can give you insight on cat behavior when a new kitten enters the household. Good luck! Don’t give up on him.

    9. madison5247 Says:

      Its recommended that for every cat you have 2 litterboxes.. for most of society with more than 1 cat this isn’t feasible. He’s not happy that another cat is using "his" litterbox. Try getting another pan and see if that helps. I also heard that the popping bubble wrap or aluminum foil works wonders if you just lay it there to train them its a NO spot… they cant stand the sound

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