Our expert says:
It is quite possible that the cats did not cover their faeces, although it is relatively unusual. Sometimes cats are disturbed while doing their thing and don't have time to cover up. Another reason could be that they are doing it on purpose to mark the territory as theirs. This is called middening and sometimes is sprayed onto an upright surface to make it more visible. It is also possible that it is not a cat but another animal leaving its mark. Hadeda birds make a stool very similar to cats.
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