Originally Posted by GoldenKitty45
I think someone in here found out that cats are more likely to pee on down (feathers) comforters and pillows. So its up to you if you want to leave it out all the time or get something non-feathered!
I found when Sonic was going through that stage where he was peeing all over the place (part territorial, part separation anxiety we think) that there were certain things he preferred. My lovely brand new velvet comforter was one of them
so it is now in the parrot/guest room where he's not allowed, I daren't actually put it back on our bed in case it starts him off again. It was so warm and soft as well
Other targets were things that smelled of us - the bed (only at the foot of it, he likes to sleep at the head end), and dirty clothes in the laundry basket. I put that down to them smelling of us, he'd do it when we were out. During this phase we had him shut in the bedroom while we were at work with 2 litterboxes, trying to break him of the habit, honestly though I think the fact that he was shut in there was at least partly to blame.
It really was quite horrible, I love the little fella but my god I felt like crying with frustration sometimes. I was spoilt with Radar because he has impeccable litterbox habits, always has done. I think with Sonic some of it was also hormonal, because he's an Oriental he matured young, but I couldn't get him neutered until nearly 7 months old. He hasn't done it in a while now, touch wood.