Well, I have had Maddox for a week now. He was doing very well and getting nice and settled in. He has been using his litter box consistently and has had no problems. Until a few days ago, I had him confined to a spare bathroom, but recently bought a second litter box and put in my closet in my bedroom. All of his things (toys, food/water, bed, etc) are in the walk-in closet (it is a HUGE closet) and that is where he is currently being confined when I am not home to watch him.
Up to this point, I have also been keeping him confined at night when I sleep, for fear that he might "forget" where is litter box is or something. So he was kept in the closet last night. I got up and fed him this morning, and when he came out of the closet he apparently jumped up on the bed and peed, because 5 minutes later I came back in and there was a big wet spot on the bed. So I washed the sheets and cleaned everything (he actually peed on the fitted sheet at the bottom, not on the comforter) and hoped it was just a fluke accident. Well, I was just taking a nap and decided to let him stay out of the closet (I have done this multiple times; I take small naps generally around this time of day and he usually naps on the pillow beside me) and as usual he hopped up and napped with me. A little while later I felt him start to move and he walked down to the middle of the bed and peed again, this time on top of the comforter in a different part of the bed than last time. So this is the second time today.
Now, my boyfriend is here visiting me and this is the first time that the kitten has been around him, but he held and cuddled with the kitten yesterday, and Maddox fell asleep in his lap watching television last night, so he seems pretty comfortable with him. Anyway, I guess I am just wondering what I should do. This cannot become a habit! I want him to have full access to the house, to be able to sleep in the bed if he wants, but if he keeps this up he is going to have to be confined and kept out of the bedroom. Any suggestions? He is only 9 weeks old.