Spraying becomes a habit for cats. If a cat is sterilized or before 6 months of age, he or she has a probability of 90 percent do not start the habit of spraying. Cats that have already had the habit of spraying can continue after being neutered. In tomcat, testosterone can aggravate the habit of spraying. Testosterone levels will not drop for several weeks after sterilization. Meanwhile, the owners have to discourage the cat from spraying and need to clean any spraying of the signs.
The scent of the old spray marks can strengthen the habit of spraying. Cats come back to the same places to spray. If these places are clean so that no more than cat urine smell, then this helps cats have no memory of smell to trigger a spraying behavior. Homeowners should clean areas marked with enzyme-based detergents. They should avoid ammonia-containing products to clean, such as this urine-like odor. Cats sites recommend using a mixture half water and half white vinegar for methods on how to stop cats from spraying in the house.
Cats spray if strange cats move in their territory. Indoor cats can get angry and spray if they see the Cats out of the window. Cats can also spray if the owners bring a new cat home. The spray cats in order to let the Cats strange to know that another cat in the area. Once the source of anxiety is less or a cat does not consider it a threat, stops the spraying.
Both male and female cats can spray, but it is more common in men than in women. The pussies treat when they were sterilized. Pussies can spray in a vertical position, but it’s usually the squat to drop a few drops of urine. When disturbed, female cats can spray for the same reasons castrated males do.
Cats can become incontinent for many medical reasons. It may appear, especially in pussies, the cat is spraying, while in fact you suffer from a disease, according to the owner of the cat “Home Veterinary Manual”. Cats that have stopped spraying for weeks or months and use the litter faithfully, and then suddenly having accidents can have urinary tract infections, bladder calculations, pain in limbs, making it difficult to get to the litter, or in very old cats, dementia.