Well they've certainly never bothered to pull down towels before, they are trouble makers like all cats can be, but certainly never really ill mannered. I'm just not going to leave any towels out at all until this problem is fixed for now.
This is a matter of a behavioral improper elimination, and it's a well known fact *or at least it should be* that putting a kitty in a room with nothing but toys, litter box and food/water can help them, readjust, or remind them to use their litter box, for their business. Myself and others have used this. Generally it works well except for this one time.
I've had to do it with him, on and off about 3 times through out his life.
Asim is the one with the behavioral issues, he is 5 years old, and I've had him since he was 4 months. He always gets his regular check ups, and goes in whenever anything is wrong etc, this is how I know that his problem is indeed behavioral.
Spike: I also figure that is what the problem is, this time, as well as in past occasions. But for the life of me, I just can't not figure out what's caused it this time! We've been living in this new house since Sept. And nothing has really changed, he started doing this about 10 days ago or so, and nothing has been different before, or since then.
I feed them, I work, I come home, I sit around with them, I feed them, sit around with them some more, and then we all go to bed.
I can say, that lately, specially the past few days, he has been glaring at us A LOT.
Well I put that rubbermaid thing in there, filled it with like 23 pounds of Arm n' Hammer litter (one that they've always used and liked before), put another smaller litter box in a corner, filled with this grass/wheat pellet stuff, put an airfilter in another corner, with their water fountain in front of it *I got it working thank goodness!*, Another litter box, tilted on it's side with the trash can infront of it, in the other corner... Took out the drain plug from the bath tub, so hopefully the majority of any pee in they do in there will just go down the drain. Wrapped up the shower curtain, so they won't be tempted to play with that. Scattered some toys around...
This is of course after cleaning EVERYTHING again.. 3 feet up the walls, floor, counter tops, sides of the vanity, and sides of the tub. *sigh*.
Took em outside to give them a good brushing, calm them down, they all really seemed to enjoy that.
So... we'll see!