You may have noticed that when your cat is new to your home, or every once in a while, will spray their urine. Urine spraying is a very normal cat behavior; it is their way of marking their territory.
Spraying is most common in cats that are entire or not neutered male cats as well as households with more than one cat. Cats spray mainly on curtains, bed spreads and furniture; this lets other cats know he was there first and that it is his space.
There are ways to prevent this behavior; one is you can have your cats neutered. Another reason a cat will spray is if she sees another cat whether in your home or looking through the window in your home.
Cats like to sit in windows and you don’t want to cut them off from sunlight and activity of outside but if your cat likes to look out the window then pull up any drapes, move your furniture way from the window or cover the bottom portion of the window. Just until they feel more secure and relaxed.
Here are some methods you can do to stop or reduce your cat spraying. If you have more than one cat, try to play with all of your cats together. Cats that get along will most likely not spray since they don't feel threatened.
Don’t disrupt the life of your cat to often. Cats hate changes and change to their routine can bring about the spraying. There are cat repellants on the market that you may use on the areas they like to help deter them from spraying.
The scent will keep the cat away; it is perfectly safe for humans so you don’t have to worry. Make sure you scrub the areas where the cats sprayed completely. You don’t want the scent of cat urine in your home or to be an invitation to encourage feline to reuse the spot.For more resources on cats: complete-catcare.blogspot.com
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