Our expert says:
Inappropriate voiding behaviour is common in animals (inappropriate for us anyway!!). It is unusual for a cat to respond in this manner. Most cats that are accustomed to going out to do their "business" will "hold it in" until they can go out, often to their detriment. For example some cats will not go out to the loo if the weather changes and end up with cystitis and a "blocked bladder". Supply more than one litter box for him to use as most cats will only use a litter box once - fussy about their ablutions. With regards to him spraying - well that is not acceptable! If he does that again it would be advisable to make an appointment to visit an animal behaviourist for an investigation of the probably cause and potential treatment.
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