Originally Posted by silvermoonmyst
i probably have the tinest bathroom in the world, and the only spare places is in front of the heater where my sons potty chair is, if that were moved, well he may never potty train. Creature of habit. I will put a small box in the closet with them when they get closer to the right age for litter training, there only 7 days now. So i think i should get away with a couple of nights without stinky cat leftover smell.
Unless its possible to put the cat and kittens under the sink, it wouldent work, and didnt think under the sink was a great place to be, she tried nesting there.
Say no more, my son who is now close to 6, potty trained very early, and was very much the same creature of habit. We had to keep things very routine and have no change. Only one potty, in only one place.
Is he still sitting on the potty or standing yet? My son only stayed sitting for a short time, he HAD to be like Daddy. I recommend trying very, very hard to get him to sit down for as long as you can. If your son does decide to use the independent streak at this moment and decides he HAS to stand up, then put cheerios in the potty for him to aim at, or it can be a nightmare scene the next morning when you go into your bathroom. LOL
I don't know if you would consider this option, but you could make a cat door in your closet door, where Momma cat could go and use the other litter box, and you can leave a small litter tray for the kittens in the closet. My adults won't fit into the small litter trays, and refuse to use them, but your Momma may decide that the small litter tray is just as great as any other litter box.
Good luck with the litter box ....and the potty training.