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 ...
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.
Sep 12, 2014 ... You can teach your cat not to use their urine to mark their territory. The best ...
Both males and females can (and do) spray and squat. Marking ...
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.
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, ...
Most cats are neutered and generally do not spray indoors. However, spraying
can even occur with neutered males and spayed females, especially if you have
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 ...
Urine spraying is a form of territorial marking behaviour. Find out what to do if
your cat starts spraying indoors.
Dec 13, 2011 ... Even though you may not be able to see it, if your cat sprays in your home you
can definitely smell it. The unmistakable odor indicates all is not ...
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 ...