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How can I stop my neutered kitten to stop peeing and defecating around the house?

Ceasar has a major problem and its making my life and my significant other's life miserable. He will usually only defecate behind the couch and uses our furniture, clothes, anything he can find to urinate on! He has been neutered and at one point I even gave him his own litter box, however his mom thought this was cool and started using both even with the kitten attract litter. I have tried sprays that mimic the happy pheromones and still no luck. It takes 2-3 washes of the same clothes to get the pee smell out and its driving us both crazy. The only thing I can think of is that its a terroritorial issue between him and my man, however the defecating has been occuring since he was a kitten and has happened in this house, my old house, and my parents! The litter box is kept pretty clean and he will use it occasionally so I am at odds with why he is doing this. Please help I am at my wits end with this situations!

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