I'm sorry it's not Corgi-related, but I need help! :S The more advice, the better, right?
Our 5ish-year-old female calico cat, whom we adopted from a shelter almost 4 years ago, is very spiteful. You may say cats don't understand spite, but you are wrong. She's very clever. She likes to pee on my stuff (blankets, couches, shirts left on the floor, etc) when she's angry. We've tolerated it because she was a shelter cat and didn't want to send her back. I've always had the attitude of "someone has to love her!" so that's why she's still around. She was declawed when we adopted her, so she is strictly indoors only, which I know for a fact doesn't make a difference in cat behavior. I grew up with 2 declawed indoor-only cats that didn't pee on stuff, so don't even go there. I repeat: Don't even go there. Besides, it's not like we can re-claw her, so don't be silly.
She peed on stuff when she was the only pet, she peed on stuff when we adopted a little kitty brother for her, she peed on stuff when we adopted our Corgi KC, and she continues to pee on stuff about once every other week. Sometimes longer periods if she's feeling forgiving. We have 2 litter boxes, a sort of His and Her thing, which are scooped every other night. It's not a UTI either. Quite simply, it is a behavior issue.
Things she had ruined with her pee problem: A papasan chair. A $200 cute little couch from Target. 2 living room couches. A king sized comforter (put into the washer, ripped in the washer, put into the dryer, BURNED in the dryer). A mattress pad. Luckily clothes can be washed easier.
Feel free to throw some ideas at me. I don't want to get rid of her, because she is family, even though I hate her for being such a b*tch, she's family. But I am getting sick of cleaning every single one of my bed's blankets every time she decides to unload her bladder on me. She's on her last life!
Thanks for your help in advance. I'm half-temped to just take her to the pound and ask to trade her in for a nicer model.