So our guy Kalvin is still fairly new to being diagnosed, only since late December. He has neuropathy quite far along in his hind legs, though he seems to be getting a little better day by day. We ended up buying him a huge dog crate in order to minimize his pee accidents. He seems to like the crate quite nicely. We thought he wasn't using the litter box because he couldn't get to it on time. In the crate we have put a litter box and towel-cushion with a pee-pad underneath it, and so I'm pretty sure he can get to the litter on time, but chooses to pee on the towel instead. He has also pooed on the towel. He does this inconsistently -- I"m guessing some days his hind legs feel better than others? My thought is that he doesn't feel stable enough to squat in the litter box (very low sided, easy to get into) when going and as such he just voids when he is lying on the towel. This is creating so much laundry and I feel bad that he is sitting near/on where he is peeing. Should I just put out a pee pad and skip the litter? Any other tips to getting him back using the litter box consistently? I am hoping as his BG stabilizes and his neuropathy improves (ordering Zobaline soon, already on B12) that this issue will disappear? When I mention this to the vet she doesn't seem all that concerned or have any ideas to help.