Just like male cats, female cats do spray. They do so for a number of reasons, primarily to advertise their reproductive availability in hopes of attracting a mate. Spraying is a n...
That nasty cat spray smell couldn't be your little girl cat's fault, could it? While
male kitties have a bad reputation for spraying urine markings, females do it too.
Urine spraying is a normal, innate territory-marking behavior that has nothing to
do with your cat's sanitation. Though both male and female cats will spray, the ...
For female unspayed cats in a natural setting, urine marking is a normal behavior
used to attract a mate. In urine marking ... Some cats crouch to spray. Only 5% of
... The first thing you need to do is identify the cause of the problem. If you are ...
The amount of urine a cat sprays when he's urine marking is usually less than the
... Although female cats as well as neutered and spayed cats can urine mark, ...
You can teach your cat not to use his urine to mark his territory. The best way to
start ... Both males and females can (and do) spray and squat. Marking with urine
Aug 22, 2012 ... Peeing outside the litterbox can have medical causes. Trainer Mikkel Becker has
strategies for keeping your cat from spraying in the house.
discusses the medical causes of house soiling (urine spraying) in cats and
includes ... There are several disorders that can be responsible for a cat not using
All cats - male or female, neutered or not - will mark out their territory with urine
spraying. Cat's spray can be a reaction to a stressful situation. During these ...
Many factors can affect at which age a male cat starts spraying. Male cats in multi
-cat households or in close proximity to other cats are more likely to spray at a ...