Why Do Female Cats Spray?

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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.
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Female cats will spray to attract a mate. If they are indoors with other cats, they may do this out of stress and frustration at having to share attention with other cats.
The reason that female cats will spray is to attract a male cat. It is not a common thing that is done by female cats, but more often by males.
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