New kitten peed on me once, she's never done it before. Is it normal?
She is 2mo old, I adopted her less than a week ago. She came in potty trained & adjusted to her new litter box right away. She came from a shelter with all of her shots up to date. She spends all of her time around me, usually laying in my lap or next to me. She's already started kneading me & sleeps by my legs in bed. Today I brought her into the bathroom with me to explore a bit & she seemed fine with it, looked around & then came back into my room with me. Afterwards I sat down, she came & sat on my legs like always, & when she moved to my other leg I noticed a tiny wet spot.
When an animal urinates out of its normal habit, it could be a UTI. See a vet.
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