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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Female dogs mark territory by urinating. Unspayed female dogs are more likely to mark territory in this way than spayed females, especially when in heat. More »

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There are many signs that cats gives off when they are ready to mate, including urinating, attracting cats of the opposite sex and meowing or yowling often. A female cat that is ready to mate will have a slightly large v... More »

The most effective way to treat ear mites in cats is to apply medication prescribed by a veterinarian directly into the cat's ears, according to the ASPCA. Veterinarians can prescribe a variety of medications that work e... More »

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Roses are not toxic to cats, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). However, Christmas roses, also known as hellebore, Lenten rose and Easter rose, are toxic when ingested by ... More »

According to the Humane Society, most feral cats and kittens live in colonies that occupy a specific territory. These territories can include a diverse, large terrain. Kittens can be found throughout the world and will a... More »

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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