I have 1 male cat and 1 female. They are both apprx 7 months old. My oldest daughter that lives at home is 4 months pregnant and for some reason our male cat has taken to peeing and pooping on her things in her room. He hasn't been fixed as of yet but will be soon either that or he will be out the door...Why is it that he has started doing this all of a sudden and why just in her room and her clothes??
my male, butters, started spraying in our laundry room at just that age and while he didn't poop, we promptly got him fixed!! please try this first and give him a chance! this is the #1 reason cats end up at the shelter and it's often a stress or health-related issue that's correctable w/a little understanding. i know it's no fun, but try getting him fixed right away and see if that doesn't fix (forgive the inadvertent pun!) problem!! good luck!!
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