Why Do Male Cats Spray?

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It is very common for male cats to spray urine to make other cats know he is set to mate. Male cats spray urine as normal reaction to the sex hormones, which grow in his body at six months of age.
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Neutered male cats may continue to spray and urine mark indoors and outdoors. While many cats stop spraying after they are neutered, those that continue to spray are likely reacting
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Cats urine mark for sexual reasons and due to stress. . If your cat has not been neutered (male or female) the answer is probably the first and there is an easy fix for it involving
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A cat spraying is an instinct that male cats have to mark their territory. Whatever they're spraying on, it means "this is mine". There are some deterrents available at
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Male cats begin spraying upon reaching sexual maturity. They do this to attract mates and mark their territory. If a male cat is neutered before he begins spraying, it usually ensures
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Male cats may spray their urine as a result of a fearful or stressing situation, to announce their sexual availability, or to mark their territory.
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