We adopted a kitty named Zouger a while back. He will be a year old in about 4 months. We have another fully grown cat named Coco. They had issues and worked them out and live civilly together now. Zouger has the kitty equivalent of human ADHD. He uses the litter box just fine, but also pees in frustrating places. My work shoes were the first victim he claimed. The next was a multiple repeat offense in a corner of a closet that we converted into a kitty playground. And then just today he decided to go into my girlfriends purse and not only give it a good soaking, (twice- there was a huge lighter stain and a smaller darker one) but also shred all the paper inside. Ruined was a book, tax papers, receipts among a gamut of other things. I was made very aware of the fact that the cat is MINE and that I need to do something about it. Zouger is neutered, happy, and quite healthy, but when he randomly pees out side the litter box, he goes for the kill. What can I do to curb these spontaneous peeing sprees?
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3/9/08 at 1:23pm