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Spraying

Spraying

Urinary marking is typically identified by a cat is backing up onto a wall, or another vertical surface, and releasing urine. This is a form of communication, triggered by territoriality or anxiety. With the right stressors, both male and female cats can spray. Cats who are not yet spayed or neutered will often spray to mark a territory. Hormones take a few weeks to get out of a cat’s system, so if your cat is not already altered, do ...

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Solving Litter Box Issues

Solving Litter Box Issues

Litter box placement and tidiness are key! As a general rule, have one litter box for each cat in your home, plus one (1 cat: 2 litter boxes, 2 cats: 3 litter boxes, and so on). Make sure the litter boxes big enough for the cat to enter and exit easily. Keep one box on each floor of your home and in different areas of the house. Place the litter boxes in a quiet, private area, away from their food and water. Keep the litter box clean by scoopi...

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Scratching Solutions

Scratching Solutions

Scratching is a natural instinct that allows cats to mark their territory, play, release frustration, and keep their claws healthy. Keep your favorite sofa safe and give your cat something else to scratch! There are a wide variety of scratching post options available: horizontal, vertical, sisal rope, cardboard, and more. Try a few different options and find the type and texture that your cat prefers. If you choose a vertical post, make sur...

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