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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-31-2005, 01:35 AM Thread Starter
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Oh yay I get to post... my kitten isn't spraying but my friends cat is have any suggestions, its a female and about 2 years old, it lives with another cat. that is all i know
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Is it spayed? Does it get along with the other cat? Are there stray cats hanging out outside. All these things can trigger spraying.

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ditto to what brenda said.

my sister had a cat that sprayed constantly once she had her first heat. It simmered down after she was spayed, but it still wasn't gone totally.

spaying the cat would be my first suggestion, if it isn't already done. clean the walls, floors, and carpet with a vinegar and water solution. It helps removed the 'odors'


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spaying the cat would be my first suggestion, if it isn't already done. clean the walls, floors, and carpet with a vinegar and water solution. It helps removed the 'odors'
That is what I was going to say


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