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Hi all! Three days ago my daughter brought home a stray kitten. The first two days he was stressed, didn't go out of his box, didn't eat and didn't drink. Yesterday my daughter took him to a vet and he said the kitten is healthy. When we asked him about peeing, the vet replied it's fine and the baby is just getting used to a new environment. Today he's running about the rooms and plays with our older cat. But he just won't pee! I have a thought that he does it somewhere but we can't spot it. This morning I caught him pooing in a corner so I also checked the area for any pee but nothing. I'm worried. How much time can a kitten refuse to pee? Assuming that he doesn't do it somewhere in a wrong place...
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How old is the kitten? Maybe he hasn't yet learned "how" to pee. You can stimulate him by turning him on his back and stroking (with your finger) just above his urinary track, just as his mother would have done with her tongue.
I have a feeling that kitty has a secret pee spot... check any piles of clothes or linens on the floor. Unless he is too young to urinate on his own, which means you will need to rub his belly with a warm, moist cloth.
@JustaBrat
Wow, I thought instincts like that are natural and there's no need to do anything like that. I'll give it a thought.

@Elizabeth
If he's got a secret spot, how come I cannot find it at all? I thought there must be some smell and stains... but I don't find nothing of that.
Anonymous@Elizabeth
If he's got a secret spot, how come I cannot find it at all? I thought there must be some smell and stains... but I don't find nothing of that.
as far as i know kitten pee is odorless and besdies it comes in very small amounts maybe that's why you cannot visually find nor smell it. in other words if he pees on a couch for example chances are that there'll be no sign of it! ^_^
What meercata says is very true... kittens pee a tiny amount so it is easy to miss!