Just like male cats, female cats do spray. They do so for a number of reasons, primarily to advertise their reproductive availability in hopes of attracting a mate. Spraying is a normal instinctive behavior for an unspay... More »

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Female cats can and do spray to mark territory, states the ASPCA. However, this behavior is more common in male cats, especially those that have not been surgically sterilized. More »

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Non-neutered male cats spray and are more likely to do so than females, although all cats can spray depending on the circumstances. Spraying of urine is used to mark territory and for identification. Spraying is more com... More »

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Some of the ten most common names for female cats include Bella, Luna, Callie and Gracie, as reported by Vetstreet. Other popular names, as of 2015, are Kitty, Chloe, Molly and Nala. While some cat names are inherently p... More »

Female cats that continue to spray after they have been spayed may have part of their ovaries left behind from when they were altered. Spaying a cat is effective at stopping female cats from spraying most of the time, bu... More »

Calico cats are almost always female, although there are rare male calicos. The orange and black genes that create the calico pattern are linked to the X chromosome, so only cats who have two X chromosomes can display bo... More »

Both male and female cats spray urine as a way of marking their territories. Spraying is most common in cats who are not neutered and in households with many cats. More »