I've recently gotten a very sweet kitten. For the first week the little guy got along really well with my other cat Pixel. Now, this kitten, Link, is peeing on my bed, or couch if i've slept on it the night before. He will not pee on anything else. I'm going to move my bed into one of the spares after I clean it out (they are currently storage rooms) since i'm always in my room since my computer is there. I would rather not do that but he won't stop!
I'll wake up and i'll be wet, this is really annoying. I first noticed it when i was relaxing in bed, about to take a nap. Link came over and snuggled up next to me. After a few minutes he got up, went under the blanket and I noticed the back of my knee was getting much warmer. I moved the blanket and yep, kitty pee all over me, the blanket and the mattress cover (thank goodness for waterproof bedbug/mite covers)
Since then it's gotten much worse, and I had him neutered the next monday (2-18-13) and i thought that'd take care of. It's now sunday and he's still at it. I've had to start barricading my door at night to keep him out since he tries to force himself through the cat door. Then he'll mewl and cry all night, i've had to squirt him with my "bad cat bottle" i keep around (just water of course) but the most i get is a nights sleep (or in last nights, 2, 4 hour intervals of silence)
The vet i talked to said that he should of stopped after neutering (going to talk to another one monday) and i was recommended some "calming spray" i bought some but haven't tried it yet since i'm not sure if thats the issue.
I'm thinking it's more of a marking me as his own deal. My other cat is perfect, Pixel is an angel who is playful and sweet. Link, is also very nice, but possibly too demanding of attention.
I'd really appreciate any help, at this point i'm really contemplating taking him to a no kill shelter. Thankfully my friends will pose as me so we can take him there since i don't live in the area
Here's a picture of the two, Link is the black one, Pixel is the tabby cat coloration (i think that's the right name for her color)