Last summer, I posted about two kittens that I saved that were tossed in a ditch and nearly killed. they are now about 6-7 months old and our pets completely. We have a large room in our house that has not been finished yet (particle board flooring etc) and alot of our remodeling junk is in there. We put the cats in there over night so they don't get into mischief. They have a litter box in there to share and it is kept scooped and cleaned. However, frequently, one of the cats will poo on the floor right next to the litter box - which compeltely disgusts me. I kept thinking "great, now I'm going to have to replace that part of the particle board. Now, we've discovered that they have peed a couple places in that room, including a puddle right by the door into the rest of the house. We've tried putting them out for most of the day, changing the litter more often etc. and one of them is STILL peeing on the floor. Now the floor is ruined, I'm sure and they did it close enough to the door that it soaked through to the carpet on the other side. I love my animals but I will NOT live with pee/poo in the house. I have threatened to just get rid of them but I don't want to and my kids are super attached. Both male and female have been spayed/neutered. Any advice? I can't have this happening and, of course, now they wil just pee where they already have. We put tin foil over that spot to discouraged them and they peed on the foil. I put a box over that area last night and they pooped right next to the litter box. AHHHHHH HELP!!!!! If we put them outside fulltime, we may as well not keep them as pets. The coyotes would prob eat them anyway.