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Cat spraying after having a litter , not sure what to do!

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HalfShellHero Wed 12-Apr-17 19:39:14

Shes never sprayed before , what can be done to prevent her keep doing it? My DH is getting increasingly incensed and tbh I'm starting to get frustrated now...any advice much appreciated.

Fluffycloudland77 Wed 12-Apr-17 20:30:21

Neuter her. Unneutered animals don't spray as much, if ever.

gamerchick Wed 12-Apr-17 20:32:03

Is she booked in for neutering?

HalfShellHero Wed 12-Apr-17 21:21:22

Sorry I didn't say shes still feeding kittens when they are older we are definitely spaying. Just trying to avoid the house being damaged by constant spraying confused

RubbishMantra Wed 12-Apr-17 21:36:38

Are you keeping her indoors until the spaying OP, to avoid another pregnancy?

Fluffycloudland77 Wed 12-Apr-17 21:39:39

When can you wean the kittens?. I'd ring the vet and ask advice because if it's a urine infection feeding might be too much for her.

HalfShellHero Wed 12-Apr-17 22:32:04

I'm starting now but there 4 weeks and its a gradual thing, okids thanks fluffy shes weeing n pooing in her box but overnight I think she's doing it and you cone down inthe morning and it stinks angry

Fluffycloudland77 Thu 13-Apr-17 07:56:31

It's not the kittens is it?.

Either way you've got to ring the vets for advice because she's a nursing mum.

You can buy ultra violet torches off eBay, turn the light off at night and any wee will glow under the uv. There quite cheap.

RubbishMantra Fri 14-Apr-17 18:28:01

Are you keeping the cat flap locked at night? Cats come into season quickly after having a litter, so she may attract some unwanted attention from the local un-neutered tomcats. She's probably spraying at an attempt to keep kittens safe from intruders.

Try a Feliway plug in to help keep her calm as well.

HalfShellHero Mon 17-Apr-17 10:04:43

We have no flap rubbish, im assuming it's her but I will be investing in some better cat litter aswell as she's eating more shes going more , although weaning the kittens should correct some of that soon.

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