I have a 2 year old male cat that is fixed. I also have a 1 year old female cat also fixed and ever since I have gotten my male he just has been peeing all over the house. it is not just in certian spots. Recently it has been on the kitchen floor, on my leather jacket and in the middle of the living room floor!
And it is NOT all the time, it is maybe once or twice a week.
Yes, there is a litter box in the house and it is one of the self cleaning ones. (Litter Maid). And that is cleaned a t least every week.
I also have a male roommate living with me, but I dont know if that would make a difference with him thinking that there is another male in his house?
I got both of my cats from shelters.
Could it him spraying, beacuse I have heard of male cats spraying when though he is fixed.
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