My neutered male cat has begun spraying when he doesn't get what he wants. At first I thought it was a mistake, then after observing this behavior over several months, it became clear it's deliberate. When he didn't get the food he wanted, he sprayed the unwanted kibble so it was ruined. Another time, he sprayed directly onto the bag of the kibble he preferred, like it was his way of "'pointing". This type behavior began happening at least once each day. He's not trusted indoors, now. Can this cat be helped, and if so, how?
Gator from TX
Please do take him to the vet ASAP. He is spraying in a spot that will really get your attention. Mine attempted to pee on the bed right in front of me. It could be crystals in his urine, or he may be passing painful kidney stones. He is trying to get your attention to get him help. (02/16/2007)
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