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What does it mean when a cat sprays

It can be anything from a quick shot of urine, to a full blown spraying session, or even dribbling all over the place.

There are so many reasons that cats spray.

Some cats spray to mark territory, other cats spray from very emotional reasons, and some cats are just randomly spraying.

Why do cats spray?

The reasons that cats spray can be many and varied.

Cats spray for many different reasons.

These reasons can include:

Marking territory

Purposeful spraying

Emotional reasons

Randomly spraying

How do I stop my cat from spraying?

There are many ways to stop your cat from spraying, and here are just a few of the strategies that work really well.

Cats are very territorial, and they will choose areas where they can mark their territory.

This can be anywhere in the house, or even outside the house.

So, if your cat is spraying in the house, try spraying outside in the same area that they are spraying.

This will help your cat to identify the area where they are spraying as their territory.

Stopping your cat from spraying will require patience, but once you have achieved this, you will have success.

Why do cats spray can be very different from cat to cat.

Some cats spray for territorial reasons, or because of emotional reasons.

Some cats need to be redirected when they spray.

And some cats spray randomly.

Cats that spray randomly can be very upsetting to have in the house, as they can have accidents all over the house.

Some cats will spray to mark their territory.

Why Do Cats Spray?

Cats spray to mark their territory, or to express what they're feeling.

How do you stop your cat from spraying?

Stopping your cat from spraying can be tricky.

Some cats spray for territorial reasons.

Some cats spray because they don't understand that they shouldn't spray.

If your cat is randomly spraying, you may want to consider desexing them.

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