Our expert says:
Unfortunately neutered cat will spray. Spraying can be a sign of increased arousal often associated with the presence of other cats both inside and outside the home. Marking is often categorised as either sexual or reactional behaviour (environmental or social changes and distubances in the scent profile of the house).
Try and limit the cats access to the sprayed area. It will als be important to try and identify the triggers and to eventually remove them. The literature states that if the trigger(s) cannot be removed then the cat must undergo a programme of counter conditioning and desenitization - house hold changes must be done gradually to allow the cat to adjust and the owners must interact more via play, grooming and attention.
Try and make the sprayed area aversive - forexample chilli spray or citonella spray.
Try and limit visual access to other cats in the outside environment.
I hope this helps.
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