Felis ISSN 2398-2950

Spraying - urine marking in the house Owner Factsheet

Cats are usually meticulous in their toileting habits and seldom soil or mark indoors. It is not surprising that when your cat does do this you may be upset and unsure about what to do. Understanding the reasons why cats can sometimes soil in the house may help to tackle the problem. In most cases this occurs because the cat is anxious or unsettled.

What is the difference between spraying and a cat's normal toilet habits?

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Will my cat spray?

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Why has my cat stopped using its litter tray?

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Can spraying be caused by a physical illness?

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Will punishment solve the problem?

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Where will my cat spray?

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How do I get rid of the smell?

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Can the spraying be stopped?

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Will medical treatment help to stop spraying?

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