|Purred: Sun Aug 14, '05 12:16pm PST |
|I'm not entirely sure what to tell you... most cats I know of don't have their very own cat box... we all share. Perhaps only put down one litterbox and see if they will agree to use it...
As far as the dining room table goes (ew!), if you catch him at it, a spray bottle does wonders. You could try lining the edges with dishwashing soap (if they don't like the smell they might avoid getting onto it).
THe other thing to bear in mind is that often when animals act up in ways that directly affect their people (pooping on their people's beds, eating spaces, etc), they are trying to get their attention. Perhaps he's not feeling well. He might have irritable bowel or colitis or some other such thing affecting him, and this is the best way he has to tell ya.
Sorry I couldn't be more helpful...! I hope this gets figured out SOON!
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