All cats, male or female, neutered or not, will mark out their territory with spraying. Normally this is rare and discrete. But sometimes cat spraying becomes visible and upsetting especially when cats spray their owner's bed or duvet. Cat Spraying is an indication that your cat is not fully content with life.
It can be a reaction due to Recent changes at home or conflict with other cats to understand this fully, read Why do cats spray? to see all the reasons why.
It can also be due to a medical issue. So if your cat is spraying indoors, consider visiting the vet for advice. In older cats is is recommended to have regular vet checks every 6 months.
FELIWAY Optimum is clinically proven to help reduce unwanted cat spraying. The “happy messages” will help your cat feel relaxed and comfortable in it’s environment and help to reduce unwanted cat spraying.
Continuous use of a FELIWAY Optimum will help prevent any relapse of cat spraying in the house. Especially if your cat is sensitive to any change within the home.
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Before or after you have got your kitty to stop peeing in the home you will want to remove the odour it can leave. So we have full article on how to get rid of a cat spraying smell with 6 different tips.
How to Stop A Neutered Cat From Spraying
In fact under the right circumstances all cats will spray whether they are neutered or spayed or not. Many people think it is just a male or tom cat issue.
However one of the benefits of neutering is the reduction in spraying so it can be surprising if your neutered cat starts spraying.