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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Comments

  1. robsgirlforever1 says:

    oh and my females are not fixed

  2. robsgirlforever1 says:

    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 says:

    Cheers, Struckgold!! Agreed.

  4. Vance Lowe says:

    This guy is a quack.

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

  5. soulsister1999 says:

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

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

  7. mermaidamp says:

    I wonder if Squidward sprayed. 

  8. dulcesweet303 says:

    thank you for your help!

  9. mermaidamp says:

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

  10. Struckgold says:

    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. 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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