I have recently acquired a new siamese cat named Nilla, who is a year and a half old. We already had a persian named Purple, and she is about two. We have only had Nilla a week and noticed that she is peeing on things around the house- our bed, behind the trashcan, on a couch throw. We took her to the vet, and she's fine- she just has a VERY small bladder. About the size of a peanut shell. That answered some of our questions, but we still wondered why she couldn' make it in the box. The answer showed up this morning when we caught her peeing out of the box, and immediately put her in the litter box only for her to be chased away by Purple. Purple is refusing to let her use the litter box. And we have two, but Purple just follows her around ALL THE TIME. She can hardly do anything, and I feel terrible about it. What do I do?? Move them in seperate rooms? Wait it out and just make sure Nilla can go when she eats or anything? I'm puzzled and don't know how to fix this problem. Please help me!
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5/19/04 at 9:05am