Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Cobourg, Ontario, Canada
It doesn't sound like it's the dogs bothering him, since he seeks them out. I would still try the dog crate. If he isn't crate-trained, you can start by leaving it open and then feeding all treats and meals in the crate, so he doesn't have negative feelings about it. If he still objects by biting bars after all that, then try the bathroom, as you don't want him breaking his teeth! A crate has the advantage of being able to have him in the same room where the activity is or if you can't supervise. It's tough when cats decide they like to spray. I had an ex-stud cat who still sprayed after he was neutered, and he was pretty good about not spraying inside if I took him out once a day on a harness and leash and walked the perimeter of our half acre property where he sprayed to his content. Sometimes an outdoor enclosure is a solution. Hope something works out for you and Ricky.