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Reasons Cats Spray

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Understanding the reasons cats begin to spray or mark territory may help you prevent this behavior before it starts. This is a guide about reasons cats spray.


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May 21, 20140 found this helpful

Will my neutered cat start spraying if I get a new pet? I have sugar gliders that I want to bring home, but I'm worried my cat will start spraying. Do cats usually react to small caged animals? About how long after I bring them home will he start to spray (if he does), within a day or within few weeks? I'm not worried about them getting along, they are all extremely well tempered, and my cat is cool as a cucumber. But if he sprays, my house mates won't stand for it, and I really don't want to re-home any of them, I urgently need help.

By Penny


May 23, 20140 found this helpful

In my experience, cats only spray when they are feeling territorial. My cats never paid any attention to hamsters, gerbils etc. except for smacking their lips a bit. Now a new cat is always a different ball game. But I dont think you should have any trouble with sugar gliders.

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