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Q. How can I stop the stray/feral cats in my neighborhood from spraying my front door?! I don't want my indoor cat to start spraying in return.

A. I would recommend a spray deterrent such as this one http://www.petsmart.com/cat/repellents/comfort-zone-cat-deterrent-spray-zid36-5194355/cat-36-catid-200020?_t=pfm%3Dcategory
that can be applied to the outdoor area where the ferral cats go. There may be other similar products too that will better suite you.

Answered By
DESTINI R. HOLLOWAY, DVM

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