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I have three cats
One is seven years old
The other two are about five years old
None of them have ever had any problems with using the litterbox before. I keep them clean and scoop them regularly, we have five boxes.
But today I come home to a pee puddle on the guest bed.
They've never done this before but I suspect Bahji (five year old) did it cause she looks most guilty and she was mad yesterday cause I locked her out of the guestroom so I could paint in there.
What can I do to make sure this never happens again?
I dont want to be one of those people who's house reeks of cat-pee all the time.