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 ...
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
The amount of urine a cat sprays when he's urine marking is usually less than ...
and spayed cats can urine mark, unneutered males have more reason to do so.
I realize this probably seems like a dumb question to those of you that ... It really
depends on if the cat had already developed a habit of spraying ...
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
Cleaning and smelling cat urine spray around your home can be an unpleasant
experience. In 90 percent of cases, neutering eliminates this unwanted behavior
cent of cats stopped or significantly reduced spraying within six months of being
neutered. Neutered cats can spray as well. Ten percent of male cats neutered ...
Spraying near doors or windows can be attributed to the stress of an indoor cat,
like Ti, ... If your neutered cat has sprayed, first attempt to determine the cause.
... to stop spraying inside. Marking their territory is a natural thing for cats to want
to do. ... Question: Neutered Male Cat Spraying In The House. By Nancytoby 1.
Why male cats spray and advice to prevent or stop cats spraying. ... Un-neutered
male cats will usually start urine spraying behavior once they reach sexual
maturity. The age at which a tom cat sexually matures can vary greatly but in
general it ...