Join Date: May 2008
Location: St. Albert, AB, Canada
Re: A few problems with cat AND new kittens...
If they've been peeing there for a while you're not going to be able to use the mattress and blankets for a bit.
Natures Miracle will work, but it's enzymatic. The way it works is that it breaks down the actual proteins in the urine...which takes time. So drench the area, then you need to wait until it's fully dry before you can sleep on the mattress, or let the cats near those items.
You said you just got the kittens...how old are they? If they're still fairly young (5 month and younger) it may just be that the female can't control herself yet. She gets too far from the box, realizes she needs to go, and can't make it back to the box. She's a baby, so offer more boxes. At least one on each floor of your house, and I always put one in favorite play rooms.
The other thing to consider is how you introduced the kittens to your adult. Did you just come home and say "look, new friends!" And dump them in the whole house with her? She's not seeing new friends. If you did this what she heard was "Surprise! Invaders!".
I would find a room you can lock both kitten in until they learn some bladder control. If you're home let them out, but supervised. Don't always have them out. It's Angel's home and she's feeling like you've brought in these new awful things that annoy her. Give her lots of one on one time, and give her time to get used to the kittens.
Since they have started peeing on your bed I wouldn't let them in your room...any of them. Until things are a bit more settled and everyone is ok with everyone else. You don't want to have to break that habit...trust me. It's awful. My oldest girl used to pee on my side of the bed, the only way I could get her to stop was to keep her out of the room. Don't give anyone the chance.