Hi, I've ventured over from the dog side looking for some advice. My partner recently adopted a new kitten, he's currently about 6 weeks old and was found abandoned and very poorly at about 3 weeks old during storm Brian. He's now happy and healthy (although still tiny), but his toilet training is not going to plan. Every kitten I've had in the past basically arrived with the idea of what a litter tray is for already in their heads, Brian on the other hand will sometimes go in the litter tray, but usually chooses to poop in one of his beds instead. I suspect this will be probably have something to do with the fact that he didn't spend enough time with his mum to learn about where to go, but what do we do about it? Will he gradually come round to the idea of where to go or is this likely to be a lifelong issue? Is there anything we can do to encourage him to use the litter tray? We pop him in when he looks like he's about to go, but obviously can't watch him 24/7, plus he has some of the igloo style beds, so if he's in there, we don't even know he's about to go. He doesn't seem to do the usual scratching either when he does use the tray. Any experiences or advice? TIA Edit: Sorry, just realised I should have probably posted this in the training and behaviour section, oops!