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Posted by: hg | 2010/04/14

Spraying cats

A spayed 3 yr old female Burmese torti point cat started attacking a 2 yr old female Burmese torti point about 3 months after she had kittens. The young mother - who lives in fear and doesn''t fight back - has since also been spayed. This aggression from the older female has resulted in both females spraying to mark territory. How do we teach them NOT to spray?

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Dear hg

Get a Feliway diffuser as well as the spay and read the instructions.

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Posted by: Cybervet | 2010/04/16

Dear hg

Get a Feliway diffuser as well as the spay and read the instructions.

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Posted by: Bruce | 2010/04/14

I''d love to know that. Have the same problem. For some reason they go for the leather couch. I only have 2, so it''s not an overcrowding problem. Drives me nuts. And the house is starting to smell really bad.

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