Spray & Walk Away
Posted on August 03 2021
How to Stop Urine Marking in Cats
Neutering or spaying your cat will change the odour of their urine thus prevent spraying and marking terriotry. There is however, a 10% chance for male cats and a 5% chance in female cats that they will continue to spray as it has become a learned habit.
No more stain and odour sprays remove pet stains and odours and removes pet pheromones which prevents resoiling from your cat or others. These products are suitable for use on carpets, upholstery, linens, clothing and pet bedding.
Trouble & Trix No More Stain & Odour remover combines the very best in cleaning technology to create an effective, pet safe formula. This enzyme and oxygen based formula deeply penetrates to eliminate tough pet stains and odours, including urine, faeces and vomit. The dual action formula destroys odours on contact and removes pheromones which prevents resoiling.
The fast drying formula eliminates tracking, and is extremely effective at working on old and deep stains and odours.This product is suitable for use on carpets, upholstery, linens, clothing and pet bedding.
The Litter box Purrrrhaps
Crystal Litter - Made from silica sand with added natural anti-bacterial agent, this natural and biodegradable litter kills 98.7% of bacteria on contact whilst continuing to inhibit its growth and reduce odour.
Lightweight Litter - This litter is naturally & highly absorbent, trapping the liquid and its odour. It locks in liquids and clumps together for easy removal. It's 35% lighter than the previous baking soda clumping litter making it easier to refill your litter tray.
Stress & Anxiety
To help with stress and anxiety we highly suggest Feliway products. Feliway works by natural chemical signals, also known as pheromones. Feliway replicates these signals helping to comfort and reassure cats and kittens. You can use Feliway spray or diffusers to disperse the pheromones throughout your home making the area your cat hangs out in feel safe.
In conclusion, Neutering and spaying your cat is your best bet against jets of urine around your home.
Otherwise try some of our other tips and tricks to reduce and stop marking.
Good Luck Team!
Katie & Stormy Cat