Last night, I'm cleaning the big upstairs litterbox. I'd finished one end and was working on the other. The clean litter was all piled up on the one side. As they always do, the cats thought that this would be a good time to go potty...so, Tom hops in the box and starts scratching around in the clean litter.
Because of the way I had it piled up, his butt was towards the opening. My legs were on the other side of the opening. As always, he started out peeing down and all of a sudden, raised his butt up and managed to pee directly on my leg...and I think a little on the carpet, not sure about that part though.
That was a first. I hope it never happens again. Also, I think I'd better clean the carpet better. I'm not sure if any got on it...but if it did, I don't want them to start peeing there later.
The first time I was about 9 years old and we had taken my Step-Dad's show collie, Centurion, to the local park for me to participate in a child's pet show with him. I wanted a drink from the water fountain and as I was drinking, Centurion pee'd on my leg...mistaking it for part of the water fountain he was marking.
The second time was only a few years ago at my neighbor's house. She was out in the front yard with her dogs and a wading pool. Hubby and I walked up to say 'hi' (I was wearing a skirt and sandals) and while we were standing around the wading pool and her 3 dogs were running around...the dog I dislike the most...pee'd on my leg! I felt it right away and was able to move my leg, kick off the sandal before it ran down to my footwear and I swished my foot/leg in the wading pool to rinse it off.
I swear Gator was laughing at me.
My cats both like to use the freshly scooped litter, so I need to shut them out of the room while doing the scooping...otherwise they are constantly scratching about and sometimes getting bits of litter on their heads as I scoop... It's very annoying, so out they go! I've never been peed on, but it may be best for you to treat the carpet stain so he and the others don't start any bad habits. You don't want them to think it's o.k. to go there.