How To Make A Cat Stop Peeing In The House - Cat Spraying No More Sarah Richard Review

Dec 06 2017 17:30:15

Cat Spraying No More is a 66-page long guide that teaches you how to stop your cats from spraying urine everywhere. The guide has 11 chapters and it explains what causes your cat to spray, and why. At later chapters, you will learn the hows – detailed techniques and methods to eliminate your cat’s spraying.

How To Make A Cat Stop Peeing In The House

This eBook that has been created to tackle on of the biggest problems faced by cat lovers and owners over the world. One look at the internet only confirms just how much we humans love our furry friends, and with the popularity of Nyan Cat, Keyboard Cat and  the many other internet cats, we can see that these fluffy felines are the subject of adoration for many animal lovers.

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However, the only drawback to loving a cat can be when they are not well litter trained! Many cat owners find that their kitty enjoys peeing just about anywhere except for their litter tray!

About Cat Spraying No More

The guide was authored by Sarah Richard, a Veterinarian at the ASPCA. As such, this book has been created by someone who has herself been through the experience of dealing with a cat who displays the irritating habit of peeing outside of the litter box. Having had a lifetime of looking after cats, Sarah found that the behaviour of peeing outside of the litter box often correlated to the cat’s previous experiences. That means that if you have a kitten, you can train it to use the litter tray. Troubleshooting potential changes to this behaviour comprise some of the book.

However, it begins by Sarah giving specific examples of a cat she had called Timmy, and how his litter tray experiences were shaped by early abandonment. The cat was malnourished and essentially feral, so it had no idea that it was necessary to find a specific place to pee. Herein Sarah identifies the problem for many cats, which is that ostensibly, a cat develops her behaviour and habits based on nurture: eg the circumstances in which they live. Ergo, Sarah emphasises that cat owners should recognise that their cat is unhappy if she is they are exhibiting particularly naughty behaviour.

Dealing with her cat’s toileting issues became a source of significant stress for Sarah, who worked with animals by day. Through her work as a veterinarian, she met a lady who unveiled a secret to cat behaviour, and from here the idea for this guide was born. Hundreds of other people must suffer from the same problem with their cat and the solution, once you know it, is simple.