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
Though both male and female cats will spray, the behavior is most common in ...
Do not confuse urine spraying with eliminating outside of the litter box. ... In
addition to the many other good reasons to have your cat neutered, more than 90
% of ...
If your neutered male cat is spraying -- or urinating outside the litter box at all --
the first thing you should do is take him to the vet. Once you've ruled out medical
Cats spray primarily to mark their territories. The most common offender is the
unaltered adult male, but females, and neutered males like Tinsel, can also spray
Aug 22, 2012 ... A. First, it's important to determine if your cat is truly spraying, ... of cats that spray
are males that have not been neutered; hormones can play a ...
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 ...
Dec 13, 2011 ... When a cat sprays, it can put everyone in crisis mode and it can put the ... is
currently displaying spray-marking behavior, having him neutered ...
Aug 27, 2013 ... Marking their territory is a natural thing for cats to want to do. ... Question:
Neutered Male Cat Spraying In The House. November 9, 2010 Flag.
Un-neutered male cats will usually start urine spraying behavior once they ...
Neutering or spaying a kitten at an early age can prevent spraying problems in
Male cats can continue to spray urine after neutering. The chances do decline,
however, due to the fact that male cats often spray to let females in the area know