Our 19-year-old calico (female) recently died, and two years ago, we lost our 17-year-old black cat (a neutered male). As we get ready to bring two new cats into our house, I am eager to know whether there's any evidence to support our theory that male cats spray more often than female cats. Is this true? We've chosen two lovely neutered males to bring into the house, but are a little nervous that we might be setting ourselves up for spraying problems. Our old fixed male sprayed once or twice in his life and that was it, but owning one neutered male in 17 years doesn't give us a whole lot of experience with gobs of cats. Any insight?
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2/23/04 at 6:09pm