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Unread 06-29-2009   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 3 year old male maine coon, Last night he had an accident in my bed, He pee peed right on my mattress, He shows no signs of a bladder infection ( Confirmed with Vet). His litterbox is always cleaned out, No moaning or any signs of distressed when he uses the bathroom, Could this just be a territory issue. He also shares the house with a 9 year old female calico, both are spayed/neutered. Any ideas?
 
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I have a 3 year old male maine coon, Last night he had an accident in my bed, He pee peed right on my mattress, He shows no signs of a bladder infection ( Confirmed with Vet). His litterbox is always cleaned out, No moaning or any signs of distressed when he uses the bathroom, Could this just be a territory issue. He also shares the house with a 9 year old female calico, both are spayed/neutered. Any ideas?
Hi ! Welcome aboard ! Cats are territorial, especially male, so marking is what they usually do. But my female, Princess had the same problem to tried to communicate with me. She expressed her being neglected/ignored feeling that way (she was telling me that she was mad at me) when I left her alone for a long period of time with another cat (a new comer), she peed on my mattress, blankets, and in my clothes. I managed to solve this problem by giving her as much attention as she wanted it.
I think your cat's trying to tell you something too. Although he hasn't developed any bladder problem, stress is not good for his kidney either.
Here are links (different articles) to how you can deal with this social aggression/marking problem : (The use of Felliway is highly recommended.)

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Thank you very much for the quick response, I was on the track of him being territorial, but wasn't quite certain, Thank you for clarifying it I feel so much better now knowing all he needs is extra T.L.C
 
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Uhm, the reason he pees is because he is marking his territory, either in hopes a female cat will want to mate with him or maybe he's stressed or something.
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