My hubby works out of town. Fortunately, he works very close to where his elderly parents live, so he stays with them. This saves him rent, and it’s very helpful for them (aged 89 and 86) to have someone younger and healthy around!
Now to the problem: My FIL has a cat. When hubby is at his parent’s house, the cat is always following him around, jumping up in his lap, will come into his room and jump up on the bed to be petted, etc. Hubby doesn’t mind.
BUT a couple of weeks ago, hubby had to drive his father to the ER, and was there with him for a good six or seven hours. When he got back to the house, he found that the cat had taken a dump right on his bed. So he changed the sheets, etc. But then yesterday, it happened again.
I said it’s obvious the cat is irritated with him about something, and is showing his displeasure. That’s what cats do.
But short of catching the cat in the act, what can be done to stop it from happening in the future?