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Do only male cats spray?
No, all cats, male or female, neutered or not, may spray, however, urine marking is most common in un-neutered male cats. It is not usual for female cats to spray, but it can happen if she is in heat and leaving her scent to attract a male cat. It can also be a problem when there is overcrowding of cats in a household.
For female unspayed cats in a natural setting, urine marking is a normal behavior used to attract a mate. In urine marking, the cat will sniff the target area, bend all legs slightly, and urinate a small amount on a vertical object. Some cats crouch to spray. Only 5% of female cats mark indoors but the problem is hard to treat. Causes of Marking in Female Cats As mentioned, marking is a way for a female cat to attract a mate.
How do I know my cat is in heat?
Cats are polyestrus, that means they will have more than one heat cycle in a year. Signs of estrus include;
1. Your cat may become extra affectionate towards people and other cats, rubbing against their legs, or weaving in and out between their legs or rolling on the floor.
2. If she is stroked, she may lay her front half low, and raise her hindquarters, treading up and down, and move her tail from side to side.
3. Persistent vocalisation. This is often louder than usual and can be described as a yowl. 4. Licking of the genital region.
5. Loss of appetite.
6. She may
spray on vertical surfaces.
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