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You can try to train them now. If they pee, wipe it up with a paper towel and put it in the litter box. Same thing with poop, sweep them and put them in the litter box. My boys have been awaiting bonding since July, and they are constantly territorial pooping when they have their roam time. In their cages they’re fine, except Bombur has incontinence a few times a day from EC. It will be much easier to train them when they are fixed.
I tried for months after their neuter to train Asriel, but he was stubborn. We used to have cages that had a drop floor, so if they peed it or pooped it would go in the drop pan. Asriel would always poop next to the litter box, no matter where it was. I got sick of cleaning the drop pan and got them a solid plastic bottom cage. Asriel quickly learned he would be sitting in his own poop and pee and started using the litter box XD