Spayed Cat Spraying?

I have a spayed female that moved into our home 4 years ago. I have 2 other cats, all are fixed. She gets plenty of love as our other 2 could care less about affection! We did move recently, but just right next door. She has begun spraying and it's beyond out of control. Like I mentioned she been with us 4 years. What can I do? At this point she's family. She sprays inside and outside it don't matter. She will look right at you and do it! Please help.

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April 13, 20160 found this helpful

First, please take her to the vet to make sure it isn't a physical problem.

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April 13, 20160 found this helpful

Next door to her may as well be Mount Everest. It's a big deal to her. There may be smells in the new house that are setting her off. And you are right she does sound out of control. Poor girl. Something is really upsetting her. Have her checked out by the Vet for bladder infections etc. Stress can bring those on. Do some serious cleaning that removes urine odor. A solution of 1/3 cup borateem in a gallon of water with a little soap should do it. You can also use Comfort Zone sprays and collars to help relax her. They help a lot. You could consider putting her in a bathroom at night with her food a litter box and a bed. It might make her feel more calm. You really need to see your Vet tho and he may have more ideas. Good luck.

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May 17, 20160 found this helpful

I've had a cat spray my front flower bed and now the front porch and door - 1st time ever (and I'm older!) - why I came to this site and I've gotten some good ideas. But, I have an idea to share... I only have inside cats. I had one that sprayed and when I took the next one (male) to my vet, he told me that if you wait until 9 months to have them neutered, it seems to "take" better - that cat lived 19 years and never sprayed once!

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(We had a rough time there between 6 and 9 months with him howling in the hall (ha, ha!), but we made it, and it was certainly worth it! I almost didn't post this, but thought may be everyone on this site would benefit from this info.

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September 17, 20160 found this helpful

You mention that you have two other cats. Fixed or not, this could be your problem.
I had the same problem years ago. While going through a nasty divorce, I lived with my son for a short time. I had two male cats, and he had three females. All of them were fixed, but one of my males began spraying everything in sight. I researched and learned that mixing cats together, especially males and females together creates chaos! You may want to consider making her your outdoor cat and continue showing her all the love you are already giving her. GOOD LUCK!

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February 25, 20170 found this helpful

I spray bleach around everything and so far I haven't smelled the disgusting urian around my apartment. I do it at least twice a week. For some reason they don't like the smell of bleach

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