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Old January 8th, 2010, 11:49 AM
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Did you take him to the vet and have him checked for any urinary troubles? What do you feed him? Did you try a change in food? It is very possible peeing hurts, or did once while he was in the box, and now associates the pain with it.

You cant give up on him this soon. He is a baby. Did you try spraying the bed with a cat deterrant? There is a reason this is happening, and it likely has an easy fix, they deserve our time and effort to really try to figure it out and help them through it. He doesnt want to pee on your things and upset you, he doesnt understand. I also think that it is very unlikely he will pee on things forever, he is young, there is a solution, but you cant give up on him.
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