…then I know what you’re going through! The recent addition to my ever extending “ZOO” (as I use to refer to my dogs and cats), Joey, has recently started spraying! Bad cat…Yuk!
Well, I automatically assumed it was him, just because he arrived a month ago, and he was a tom cat. So he went under the knife to lose his manhood. Later it came out that he was not the guilty one! It was the…female cat!
Castrated males AND females (whether spayed or not) can spray too, and it’s more common than you think.
Even if your kitty hasn’t got this problem right now, it may develop it later and it’s good to be prepared for this. And what’s even better is to know how to prevent them squirting their smelly liquids all around your house!
Here is a book – Thinking Outside The Box – or actually it is an information-packed guide which I think is a must have in library of every cat owner - get yourself educated so you’re not taken by surprise when it happens… and prevent handling the situation in the wrong way, making the spraying/marking behavior even worse.
Here’s a quick look what’s in the book:
- How to determine if your cat has a psychological/behavior problem or a medical problem that requires a visit to your vets
- When is it absolutely critical you take your cat to the vets immediately
- How to stop your cat peeing anywhere but in the litter box – and FAST!
- What’s the difference between cat ‘urinating’ outside of the litter box and cat marking behavior
- Toilet training your cat if you don’t want to have a litter box
- and many other helpful tips
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