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Hey Guys,

This is my first post and I am sure that you have heard this all too many times. My kitten has toilet issues...
My ragdoll kitten Gizmo likes to pee on my bed to the point where he looks like he is going out of his way to do so.
I have tried placing a new litter box on the bed and he pees next to it. I have cleaned my duvet with a stain and odour remover to remove the smell but he keeps on going back. He always uses the box for 2's (thankfully!) He does not have a UTI as that was my first thought, he just a bad habit.
It is very frustrating as we have been trying to fix this since it was small problem. I have troubleshooted with evrything the vet has told me which seems to be different every time I speak to them. He is 5 months old and has just been desexed in the last couple of weeks.

Reading the forums for the first time solitary seems to be the way, but as he has always been in my room is that OK? I was thinking that the laundry would be a great place to keep him for a while. My fear is that he will just do it again once he is released. I dont trust him, he is a repeat offender :p

Any help would be great guys as I am about to go NUTS! :) @@
Sorry about the long post but there is a lot of frustration here
 

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We have had Gizmo checked for health problems but the vet found nothing.

As I said before we have been trying different things should have helped ie. We put a litter box and his food (not at the same time) and he went right next to them.

He is been just recently neutured and he is just over five months old. He is very playful but has set times when he likes to sleep. We give him as much attention as we can and do our best to make sure we has a confortable environment. He do not hit or yell at him. From everything I can tell he shows no sign of stress or discomfort.
When we first got him the person at the pet shop said that it is best to keep him in my room. So I did, what a mistake! I know have a kitty which I love to death and pees on my bed and have made great friends with the drycleaning lady.

But seriously, I think that I need to put him in the laundry for a week. After the week, how long do I let him out for until he can be trusted? I would like to make sure I get this right. :)
 

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Hey piddles,

I am not too fimilar with this procedure but from what I have read there is NO WAY that I would have this done to any cat. It seems more like total laziness to have this done.

Thanks for the link I will check it out. Is it available in New Zealand?
 
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