This behavior can possibly mean that something has frightened him when you were not home. Being in the room with you when you are home can be comforting to him. If you really want your cat to remain out of your room, make sure he has items that are specifically for him. Make sure there are plenty of comfy spots and be sure he can see out the window from one of them. Be sure he can climb, run, jump and scratch all day long (or all night long depending upon his preference). Setting a motion activated horn at the door can startle him enough to change his mind about being in there. Also, try feeding him just before bed, then he will eat, clean, and then sleep.
My younger cat is a male, and he bullies my older female cat. He watches her while she eats, and when she's done, he will attack her, jumping at her and biting her neck. Then he will eat from the bowl. He waits for her at the doorway of the bedroom and bathroom (after she goes potty) and attacks her. I strongly say no, but he continues to attack on a daily basis. How do I get him to stop attacking her?
How can I help my female cat who has suddenly started spraying in my slippers which are at the side of my bed? There has been an enormous amount of change at home so I'm now thinking this may be one of the reasons, but I do have another two cats. She has also sprayed on the new cat flap, I now use a microchip one.
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