Cat Started Peeing on Owner's Bed

I have had this cat for about a year now. He will be 2 years old next month. He is spayed. I have never had a problem with him peeing anywhere, but his litter pan. About 2 weeks ago, I came home from work and felt my bed and it was wet. He had peed on my bed while I was at work. He will not pee on my bed while I am here, but only when I am gone.


I have tried to stop him from doing this, but nothing is working. I don't want to get a new bed cause I am scared that he will do the same thing to that one. What is going on? Why is he only doing this while I am gone? Please help me.

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April 16, 20180 found this helpful
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You need to have him checked out by a Vet to eliminate a bladder infection. Then consider the usual list of things that can cause this behavior. When your cat is looking outside can he see other cats? It may make him feel territorial and/or anxious and set off marking behavior. If you see a cat that is setting him off block the view where that cat hangs out. Be sure and keep your litter box clean. Try and keep things peaceful at home. Cats will behave badly if something is making them anxious. Lastly try shutting the bedroom door while you are gone. Most cats who potty on the bed are worried and trying to mingle their scent with yours. Hopefully it wont happen again. However if your cat appears to be in pain and is not urinating, know that it is a life threatening emergency and get him to a Vet asap. His bladder may be blocked and can rupture in less than 24 hours. This condition can be fatal.

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April 15, 20180 found this helpful

I would take him to the vet. He may have an infection.

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April 15, 20180 found this helpful

Are you gone for long periods of time? Separation anxiety or stress.

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April 18, 20180 found this helpful

I'm gonna about 9 hours. What I started doing is blocking my bed so he can't get on it and now he is using the litter pan again

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