ABOUT TO LOSE IT - HELP!!!!
So, my husband and I got a new kitten about a month ago. He's around 3 months old and such a wonderful little guy, except on thing.... HE PEES IN OUR BED. He's done this almost every night since we got him. It's only at night though, and only in the bed. He is alone all day and never has any accidents.
We took him to the vet when we first got him, and he got a clean bill of health, so I don't believe he's sick. He knows how to use the litterbox, and he can get on and off our bed easily.
Locking him out of the room is not an option, as we have a small apartment, and I'd rather him pee on my sheets that I can wash than my new couch.
We've tried sprays, taking away wet food at night, waking up to put him in the litterbox.. EVERYTHING.
We thought it might be because he was so comfy in bed he didn't want to get up in the middle of the night to use the box, BUT last night he got up, jumped off the bed to eat/drink, climbed back on the bed AND PEED.
I love my little kitten, but this is becoming very frustrating. We're also going away next week and I don't want him peeing at my mom's house... does anyone have any suggestions???
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About 3 weeks ago it all started with vomiting. The first day she would vomit whenever she ate then later that night the diahrea began. She would need to go out every hour at least. When I called the vet the next day they recommended not feeding her for most the day and then feeding her rice and chicken for 5 days which we did. She got a bit better during that time. During the 5 days she only had a bowel movement twice and it was still very soft. Tried going back to normal food at the end of the 5 days and it was back to vomiting and full blown diahrea and also had a yellow mucus in her bowel movements. Then we went back to rice and chicken and took her to vet. They gave her some antibiotics and checked her out and said she was healthy and to keep feeding rice and chicken and to do a fecal sample. They wanted 3 samples and since she only has a bowel movement every 3-4 days while on chicken and rice it took a while. We submitted her fecal sample and they came back today negative.
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