Why do cats urine spray and how to stop a cat spraying
Urine marking in home Urine marking is one of the ways cats mark their territory All cats do this and whilst this is fine outside You do not want this behaviour in our homes If your cat has started to urine mark in your home Please visit your vet to make sure there are no underlying health reasons for this change in behavior such as urine tract problems. You vet can also help you.
To work out whether it’s urine marking or just your cat doesn’t want to use the litter tray For example the litter box is too small or you cat has difficulty getting into the box due to joint problems. Once cleared by the vet you need to identify what has triggered this behaviour. Has there been a changed to the litter used. or where the litter box is located. Cats do like privacy when they toilet. Try to place your cats litter box.
In a quiet and private area. Make sure there is more than one place your cat has to go to the toilet. Have there been any changes in the home recently? Such as decorating, moving furniture or a new addition to the home a new pet or baby or any changes to your routine. All cats are very territorial and like routine. Any slight change in their life or environment can cause them anxiety. Feliway is ally proven help prevent and.
Reduce stress related behaviours such as urine marking. Using Feliway will help support your cat when changes are unavoidable. If your cat has urine marked somewhere in the home try to clean this as soon as possible. Simply using a surgical spirit and water mix or specifically designed product will remove the pheromone left by your cat without leaving a chemical smell. Everyday cleaning product may not work because their smell especially ammonia or bleach cleaners are usually strong and may increase the chance your cat urine marking on them. After the cleaned area has dried spray Feliway on them.
Spray should be applied at least daily. Until your cat stops marking that spot. A Feliway Diffuser can also be used to help reinforce the feeling of security. How long should Feliway be used? improvement can be seen in the first week of use But using Feliway for at least a month is recommended Remember some homes can benefit from.
Continuious use of Feliway especially multicat households This is not a problem as you can’t have too much Feliway. You may need to consider other changes to. Please watch the multicat film.
Male Cat Spraying 5 Steps For Quick Resolution
Male cat spraying five steps for a quick resolution do you have a neutered male cat spraying all the time have you tried everything but the spraying is still going on you answered yes to these questions here are five steps you can take toward 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 was just caused by stress you can 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 1 identify 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 on an identify to clean cleaned the areas that he sprays with an enzymatic cleaner so there is no lingering smell no true the reward for him doing this behavior three space if he has his own space can you give him another litter box where bigger one.
Although not directly related to a spraying sometimes changing the litter box situation can help a lot for pheromones there are some cat pheromones on the market some people have used with great success this can really help calm the can down if it is due to stress and is worth the last try.
5 attention trying to give more attention to him around eight times that he does spray before he does it if possible if he is busy getting attention for being active he might not feel the need to spray as much also if possible try and keep the same routine everyday which might help calm him down overall it is important to at least figure out where and when he sprays the.
Most then your treatment plant can be the most effective.