Why Does a Neutered Male Cat Still Spray?

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All cats, neutered or not, can spray, though, urine marking is most widespread in un-neutered male cats. To ensure that your cat does not spray in future, it is advisable to neuter him while he is still a kitten. Neutering past commencement of spraying activity may only reduce it.
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Why Does a Neutered Male Cat Still Spray?
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 to environmental stress or a health problem. This behavior can be... More »
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