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Feature June 2019 Issue

Territorial Urine Marking

If feral cats hang around outside your house, your own cat may be more apt to “mark” his territory from inside, along window sills and glass sliders.

Territorial Urine Marking

How to stop your cat from creating a urine-soaked border around his territory.

Have you noticed lines or small puddles of urine along your windowsills, or perhaps along a porch door’s threshold? Does it happen more often as the weather warms? If so, your cat is probably marking his territory, letting other cats know the house is his, not theirs.

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