Cat Health Care Tips : How to Stop a Male Cat From Spraying

To stop a male cat from spraying, first visit a veterinarian for a diagnosis. Stop a male cat from spraying with tips from aveterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr. James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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11 Responses

  1. robsgirlforever1
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    oh and my females are not fixed

  2. robsgirlforever1
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    my cat is fixed he is peeing on the couch…i have 2 other young females in the house they are all indoor cats i was wondering if anyone or whoever posted this video could help me i dont have the moeny to take him to the vet to find out whats wrong with him…

  3. Mariana087
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    Cheers, Struckgold!! Agreed.

  4. Vance Lowe
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    This guy is a quack.

    Just beat the cat and rub his nose in it. He will stop.

  5. soulsister1999
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    my cat hated this vidio he said: .;dh./yhkjdjkfvcjkbm nmjjnmhjnmhhbkvfgm, vfm,cvm,

  6. cocomia98
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    I gotta post about this girl it won’t let me copy

  7. mermaidamp
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    I wonder if Squidward sprayed. 

  8. dulcesweet303
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    thank you for your help!

  9. mermaidamp
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    Squidward was neutered. He’s a sweet little cat.

  10. Struckgold
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    Ha Ha anti-depressant medication! what a load of rubbish – astonishing that the psy-complex is trying to capitalize on ordinary animal behaviour. This ‘Vet’ should feel ashamed of himself for pushing such nonsense.

    Here’s a solution. Everytime you catch your cat spraying in your home give a loud shout and a quick gentle slap – he will soon learn not to do it inside.

  11. venniey
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    Neuter the cat! Prozac has been studied for over 10 years and found to be effective in reducing or ceasing all spraying. Your vet can provide it, 5 mg a day. It is allot less expensive than it used to be.
    Good video

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