Male and Female Cats Spray?

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Yes female cats spray especially after they are neutered. The main reason cats spray urine onto surfaces like tree trunks, walls or furniture is to advertise mating availability to other cats. When female cats come into season, they know where to find male or tomcats. Neutering certainly cuts down on spraying behavior. Yet, cats spray urine for more reasons than just to attract a mate. They also use it to mark territory. The scent of old spray marks can reinforce the spraying habit. Cats go back to the same places to spray. If these places have been cleaned so that they no longer smell of cat urine, then that helps cats not to have the scent reminder to trigger spraying behavior.
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Female cats normally spray to attract the male cat. Spraying normally occurs when she is on heat and she does this to leave her scent to attract a male cat. It can as well be as a result of stress.
Female cats spray just like their male counterparts. Spraying is a method where a cat deposits a small amount of urine on vertical surfaces, such as furniture, doorways and walls. This behaviour is normally in many cats.
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Female cats may spray when they are scared or upset. They also spray to mark their territory. Many people think only male cats spray, but females do it for different reasons.
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Actually, the term is spayed. This is where the cat gets "fixed" which also means it can not reproduce. The word spray would be in a male cat where he is letting out disgusting
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