A. It sounds as though he may be stressed out. Has something changed recently either in the home or around the home? Visitors? New furniture? A move? Perhaps there are stray cats or dogs outside of the home. I would evaluate what may have changed recently, clean each accident with an enzymatic cleaner to thoroughly remove the odor because animals still can smell and go to the same areas again if not broken down by enzymes, consider adding an extra litter box or 2 near the areas where the accidents are taking place, plug in a Feliway diffuser, give constructive outlets such as playing with a wand toy, catnip infused toys, etc. I hope that helps.
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