How To Stop My Cat From Spraying?

Posted by Nicola Cilliers on

We've got some great info from the Blue Cross on how to stop your cat spraying indoors. If this is a problem in your house, read on! 

Cats are usually very clean and go to the toilet outside or in a litter tray. So, finding signs of urine (wee) or faeces (poo) elsewhere in the house is a sign that something is wrong.

A one-off accident might be caused by illness, being trapped in a room or being frightened. But you will need to find out what caused the accident to make sure your cat is happy and healthy.

Important: Telling your cat off will only make things worse as it will make them feel more threatened. And they won’t be able to link the telling off to the incident! By finding out what’s causing any toileting or spraying, you’ll be able to take steps to help stop them.

    Read the full article by the Blue Cross, one of the worlds leading cat welfare organizations, on how to stop your cat from spraying here or watch the below video.