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#1 of 2 Old 08-28-2012, 12:08 AM - Thread Starter
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well, I've had cats all my life, I've nurtured and weaned and everything before, but my latest addition to my family, Misa, is a very young kitten. i estimate she's 5-6 weeks old.


she keep wetting the bed, OUR bed, and she poos in our bed. her poo is quite runny.


I have given her a de-wormer which is supposed to work great, and that was already a week ago, i really don't know what's going on.


She is litter box trained, and always go to the litter bow when she's awake. Is it possible that these are little accidents shes has in her sleep? and why would she have accidents in her sleep, how can i stop it. 

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I'm more of a dog person than a cat person, so my advice is based on what I would do if this were a pup:

a) limit access to water before bedtime, so there is less chance of accidents

b) runny poo might indicate a dietary issue, so maybe try a different type/brand of food?

c) if it doesn't clear up, head to the vet.  

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