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I have 3 cats, two males and one female. One male is 5 yrs. we got him when he was year old. he had been abused before we got him. another cat would go after him and scare him so bad that he would pee and poop all over. He even try to run away a few times. When we got him it took him a year before him came out from underneath our bed. He became a different cat. A much better loving cat. We moved into a house over a year ago and 6 mts in the house he started peeing all over. we took him to the vet, he is spayed. he had a mild uti and we took care of it and he stopped. Since then I had a baby and he was fine. He actually was laying on the babies diaper bag and pack and play and the baby didn't seem to bother him. Now since May he started peeing in just the front of the house in my living room. Since then too we got new hardwood floors so the smell in the other floors was gone. He started peeing by the front door, by the windows. we have stray cats that keep coming around and intaginizing him. I think the outside cats our spraying the front of my house and that is why he is peeing in those spots. Ive gotten the feliway diffuser. i got mothball things and put them outside to get rid of strays. We keep the liter boxes clean. he gets a lot of attention. I've cleaned the spots up. I guess i should try the vinager and baking soda. my husband and i are at our wits end. i know the smell is not good for the baby. I don't think he a uti i think we are going to take him to vet to be sure. I don't know what else to do. I really do not want a liter box upstairs so my son can breath that in. We keep them downstairs. He was using them. now it seems he is not using them so much. I know he is the one peeing because i have caught him doing it. Please HELP!!
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My female cat was spayed 1 year ago and is now just starting to spray in my house again. She is also lifting her buttocks up in the air when you talk to her and meowing all the time. We have two outside "barn" cats that come on our porch (one is male). They do not mark anywhere, they just lay on our porch and then walk away. They have been here from the time I got my indoor cat. Why is my cat starting to spray again and what can I do to stop her?Urine spraying is a common behavioural problem, which isn’t limited to un-neutered male cats. It’s a natural feline behaviour in both male and female cats, and can be caused by a variety of factors. If you’re having problems with your cat spraying indoors it’s important to understand the cause of the problem, so that you can take steps to put a stop to it.My 11 year old male indoor cat, has recently started to spray all over my house. I've been single for 5 years and now have a new live in boyfriend. It is the only thing I can think of why he would feel threatened. How can I get him to stop?Find out why cat sprays or urine marks indoors. How to clean up cat pee. What can you do to stop cat peeing inside the home. How to use Feliway to stop cats spraying.
Spraying is something cats do for different reasons. All cats-- male or female, neutered or not-- will mark out their territory with urine spraying.
Urine spraying can also be a reaction to a stressful situation.
During these situations cats will spray urine to increase their self-assurance, to cope with emotional stress, or as a displacement strategy to soothe itself.
While it is completely normal for cats to spray outdoors, when your cat sprays indoors it is a sign that they are feeling distressed or potentially may need to visit the vet, as 30% of all cats that spray indoors suffer from a medical issue such as cystitis.
Using the Feliway diffuser is an effective way to curb spraying indoors, something that will help your cat feel relaxed and reduce spotting on your walls and furniture.