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Poenix has decided that though he uses his box all the time, when I go to bed it is time to pee in t

Phoenix is a recently apdopted cat in excellent health and up to date on his shots. He is good about using his box. However, he peed in my tub when I went to bed. That is, he has done it =twice. It is not an all the time thing, just when I go to bed, and it is dark. He walks right passed his box, and into the tub. What can I do to make him stop?

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  • Ethan KwanEthan Kwan Member Posts: 3
    Accepted Answer
    Don't let him go into the tub or when he walks to the tub, bring him to his litterbox.
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