About my cat?

If my cat has already started to spray, will it do any well-mannered to nueter him? Does it make a difference past or after? Any answers would be nice. Thanx.
Answers: It may not, you shouldn't have gotten a manly cat in the first place, especially if you be not aware of the consequences it may bring.
Depends on the cat. In most cases, neutering will moderate or eliminate spraying, but not other. It is generally better to spay before the typical masculine marking behaviors start. Even if the spraying doesn't stop, neuter your cat is still the responsible thing to do.


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