Neutered Male Cat Spraying: 5 Steps For Quick Resolution
Do you have a neutered male cat spraying all the time? Have you tried everything, but the spraying is still going on? If you answered yes to these questions here are 5 steps you can take towards solving this problem right now.
Male cats deal with stress and anxiety through spraying initially, but after a while it seems like it almost becomes a habit, long after any stress has gone away. It if was just caused by stress, you could remove that source and be done with it, but habits are much harder to break.
You should always have a male cat who is spraying checked out by the veterinarian first to rule out any possible medical causes of this behavior.
Try and identify the times of the day, circumstances, and areas that he sprays and see if there are any patterns you can pick up