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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  30

Is this some kind of trend I'm missing out on? My cat's puked in the kitchen, and brought in dead birds/mice/rats, but she's never pissed in the house. Yet every tenth post or so on here seems to be about someone slipping in their cat's piss. Is it invisible? Are other cat owners just oblivious to its appearance, or smell? Maybe everyone slips in the piss because their cats manage to find that one place between the mop bucket, and the owner, and decide to be mischievous. Or perhaps my cat doesn't love me enough to piss in my house.

By  maroongrad  |  13

A one-month-old kitten is three to four weeks too young to be separated from the mother and isn't going to know how to use a litter box correctly and consistently. At this age, the mom is still "cleaning up" after them to start with!
I don't know how it is there, but in the US several states have had to enact laws to stop people from separating kittens from moms until 6, 7, or 8 weeks (depending on the state). If you meant you had the kitten for a month that's a total FML. If you have a kitten that's just 4 or 5 weeks old, YDI and this is predictable.