A person can stop a cat from spraying indoors by having it neutered or spayed, using enzyme cleansers to neutralize urine odors, or obstructing the cat's view and smell of outdoor cats. The owner should determine the rea... More »

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One home remedy to prevent a cat from spraying is a one-to-one mix of water and apple cider vinegar in a bottle. Clean the area the cat sprayed, and reapply as needed to repel the cat from marking the area. Citronella, l... More »

A squirrel repellant, either commercially available or prepared at home, is useful in keeping squirrels from eating pumpkins. An owl statue encourages squirrels to look elsewhere for food. If other attempts fail, a motio... More »

Ways to control territorial cat spraying include neutering or spaying your cat, restricting her exposure to the outdoors, playing with her more, and paying extra attention to cats in multi-cat households. It's also helpf... More »

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Indoor and outdoor cats age at the same rate; however, indoor cats have a better chance of living a longer life. The first cat year equals 15 human years, while the second cat year equals nine human years. Each remaining... More »

Female cats should be spayed before they are 6 months old to prevent urine spraying and to stop them from becoming pregnant. It is not a good idea to spay cats that are in heat, because they are vulnerable to increased b... More »

There are several tranquilizers available with a prescription from a veterinarian to help relieve stress and anxiety in cats, including Valium and Promace. Tranquilizers can have negative side effects, such as impairing ... More »