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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According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the majority of neutered male cats do not spray. Those that do usually use it as a form of communication. It informs other cats of their presenc... 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 »

Male ginger cats outnumber females by about three to one, according to Focus. This coloration is a sex-linked trait found on the X chromosome. The University of Miami Department of Biology states that this gene has two v... More »

While male cats are often friendlier and more affectionate than females, cats' personalities depend largely on early socialization and whether they are spayed or neutered. Intact female cats focus more on kittens and lit... More »

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the majority of neutered male cats do not spray. Those that do usually use it as a form of communication. It informs other cats of their presenc... More »

Because the majority of calico cats are female, male calico cats are not readily available for purchase. An available male calico can occasionally be found with an online search. Calico refers to variations of a color pa... More »