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By janice from MI
I know this trick works for people that don't want a cat jumping in a cot so it should work for a bath as well - just fill it with blown up balloons. The cat will get a fright and not want to go back. Hope that helps.
If this unusual for this cat to do this, it may be a good idea to take him to the vet. This may be a sign that he is sick. Since our pets can't talk, they sometimes will act out of character when they are sick.
If you don't want to keep the bathroom door closed, try using two sided sticky tape attached to a piece of cardboard. Put this in the tub when not in use. After a while, he should stop but he may find another spot to use. Good luck and please be patient.
Uh, close the door.
Please take your cat to the vet! When my cat did this he had a urinary infection and needed treatment. He had never had an accident in 8 years, then started using the tub and corners of the room. 2 trips to the vet and some meds and he has been as good as new. If you look in a cat book this behavior is common among cats who need veterinary help.