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What age do tom cats start spraying

What are the causes of this behavior?

It’s normal for a cat to spray when they are young and they are learning to use the bathroom. As they grow up and become more comfortable, they will stop spraying as often. This is especially true as they get older. They will also stop spraying when they are neutered and spayed.

What are the causes of spraying behavior?

There are many reasons why a cat may spray. Sometimes it’s a way for them to mark their territory. Sometimes it’s a way to express displeasure or aggression. Sometimes it’s because of stress from the surrounding environment.

Why does my cat spray?

Spraying is normal cat behavior that can be annoying. The amount of spraying can vary from cat to cat. Some cats will spray all of the time and other cats will only do it occasionally.

How can I stop my cat from spraying?

If your cat is spraying indoors, all you have to do is keep all of the litter boxes inside of your home. If your cat is spraying outside, you can take steps to minimize it.

You can:

Ensure that your cat has an adequate amount of exercise.

Minimize the stress in the environment that causes your cat to spray.

Minimize the number of animals that your cat is exposed to.

Wash your cat’s bottom with a mild soap.

Spay or neuter your cat.

What if I’m allergic to my cat’s urine?

If you are allergic to your cat’s urine, you may want to consider having a veterinarian check your cat’s urine.

What if I’m not sure if my cat is spraying?

If you are not sure if your cat is spraying, you can do an elimination diet to test your cat.

How do I do an elimination diet?

If you are not sure if your cat is spraying, you can test your cat by doing an elimination diet. You can do this by only feeding your cat a diet that contains no ingredients that your cat has ever sprayed.

How long should the diet be?

If you are not sure if your cat is spraying you can do an elimination diet for about 2 weeks.

What should I do when I’m done with the diet?

Once you’ve tested your cat and you are sure that your cat is not spraying, you can feed your cat a diet that contains ingredients that have been sprayed.

How does the elimination diet work?

If your cat is not spraying, the only ingredients that will be in his food will be the ones that he ate during his elimination diet.

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