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www.petmd.com/cat/behavior/why-do-cats-spray

Why do female and neutered male cats spray? Underlying medical conditions, litter box issues, and anxiety are just a few of the reasons. Learn more about cat ...

www.feliway.com/uk/Cat-behaviour/How-to-stop-cat-spraying

How to use FELIWAY to stop cat spraying. Why Do Cats Spray -Find Out More. ... How to stop cats spraying or cat spraying walls and furniture like sofas and ...

pets.thenest.com/can-female-cats-spray-10797.html

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.

www.care.com/c/stories/6425/why-do-female-cats-spray

When a cat is spraying urine vertically against a wall or window, this is a true marking ... They also do this by bunting -- or rubbing their cheeks, which also have ...

www.vetstreet.com/our-pet-experts/how-do-i-stop-my-cat-from-spraying-in-the-house

Aug 23, 2012 ... Peeing outside the litterbox can have medical causes. Trainer Mikkel Becker has strategies for keeping your cat from spraying in the house.

pets.webmd.com/cats/guide/urine-spraying-cats

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 her ...

www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm?articleid=332

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 ...

www.usask.ca/wcvm/herdmed/applied-ethology/behaviourproblems/urinemark.html

For female unspayed cats in a natural setting, urine marking is a normal behavior used to attract a mate. ... Some cats crouch to spray. ... a change in routine, a new house, or even a new person in the home can lead to urine marking behavior.

www.petcha.com/do-both-male-and-female-cats-spray

Any mature cat, depending on the circumstances, can spray. Typically, whole ( unfixed) male and female cats will spray. Whole males are more likely to spray for  ...