Are you’re wondering what Cat Spray Stop is and if it can help solve your feline problem? My Cat Spray Stop review will provide all the information you need to make an informed decision on whether to try it or not.
Spraying indoors is a fairly common problem with cats, especially with unneutered males. There are many reasons why your feline friend may spray including stress. If you have a multi-cat household, spraying may be a way your cat is using to exhibit dominance.
Find a solution can be hard. You love your precious kitty, but her unsociable habit of spraying behind the sofa is unacceptable. Added to which, you feel embarrassed at asking friends round as your home has become a no go area! You avoid entertaining your super house proud cousin and you’re at your wits end!
Training your cat to stop spraying can be hard and very frustrating. However, once you understand what’s making your kitty behave this way, things become much easier.
Your cat isn’t spraying purposely to annoy you. In fact she’s only doing it out of instinct. Whether she’s asserting herself against other felines, or feels stressed, it’s purely natural to her.
With any unusual behavior such as spraying in the home, you should get your cat checked by a vet. Urinary infections or pain from bladder stones can cause inappropriate urination and even spraying.
Once health problems have been ruled out though, you can be certain it’s a behavior issue. However, this needs to be fixed so you can enjoy a fresh, clean smelling home. In addition, you want to save the loving relationship you have with your cat.
This brings us to Cat Spray Stop…You may have heard about it but have no clue what it is or if it’s a scam.
What is Cat Spray Stop?
Cat Spray Stop is a detailed and easy to follow program is the author who claims her guide offers a solution that any cat owner can successfully put into practice.
This guide is a 71 page ebook containing myths and misconceptions to help better understand your feline companion.
In addition, Susan tells you how to put her unique TTS method into action. This stands for touch, taste, smell. It was actually developed by a fellow cat enthusiast and behavior expert.
When Susan took in a rescue cat who’d been badly abused she found she was up against a very challenging spraying behavior problem. The poor cat was traumatised and in a very frail condition so no wonder she exhibited behavior problems.
In order to avoid eviction from her home Susan was desperate to find a solution, and after visiting a cat behaviorist learned about TTS. Then after applying the method on her cat Susan claimed that within days the spraying completely stopped.
In addition, she claims to have found a special way to communicate with her beloved feline. As an animal lover Susan decided she wanted to share this unique method with other frustrated cat owners.
Susan helped many of her clients stop their cats spraying, and claims every one of them saw improvements within a week. Such rapid
results astonished her clients who got clean, fresh smelling homes back.
In order to share this invaluable information so everyone can benefit from it, Susan created a strategic program. Available as a pdf ebook, Cat Spray Stop contains the exact steps you need to take.
What the program contains
Inside the program you get a glimpse into a cat’s mind to help better understand why spraying occurs. Once you start to understand your cat’s behavior, the bond between you becomes stronger.
It also becomes easier to train your cat. The actual TTS method is broken down into 3 phases. It’s very easy to follow and if it doesn’t work out for you, there’s a 60 day money back guarantee.
Once you’ve successfully put all 3 phases into action you should start seeing an improvement in your cat’s behavior within a few weeks. However, this may very and I suggest you give it time and keep working at it.
The actual time frame to complete all 3 phases is a week, and once you’ve finished you’re then given additional techniques. These are phased over 4 weeks and boost the effectiveness of the program.
All cats are different, and while some may respond within a short time, others may take longer. In addition, you must be consistent. Cats respond better to any training if it’s done on a regular basis.
Who the program is for
Whether your cat has been neutered or not there’s always a chance she or he may develop a spraying habit. This program is for any cat owner who finds their home is starting to smell more like a litter box at the hands (paws!) of their feline friend!
However you MUST take action and follow through everything Susan Westinghouse suggests. Buying the program won’t magically make your kitty stop spraying! If your not prepared to study the program and put it into action, don’t waste your money!
- Cat Spray Stop is a program offering safe, natural methods
- The guide makes for an interesting read
- You get a 60 day money back guarantee.
- You may develop a closer bond with your cat
- The price is very affordable
There are none, but Cat Spray Stop does require commitment.
Is Cat Spray Stop a scam?
If you’re wondering if Cat Spray Stop is a scam, I personally have no reason to believe it is. I’ve studied the program having bought a copy even though my cat doesn’t spray. This is because I wanted to review it first before giving my honest opinion.
There seem to be many happy buyers offering testimonials as you can see from the video below.
Hopefully my Cat Spray Stop review has given you enough information to make an informed decision. Remember, you get a 60 day money back guarantee if it doesn’t work for your cat. This means you can give it a test drive.
I feel your pain if you have a cat that sprays. Once they develop this habit it’s hard to break. As I’ve mentioned previously, cats have a superior sense of smell and once they’ve urinated somewhere they’ll go back.
Whether that’s behind the sofa or a patch of carpet, while the scent remains, your cat will spray! It’s not her fault as she doesn’t understand.
It can be very hard to make a cat stop spraying indoors. Apart from the fact cats can’t be made to anything they don’t want! Even after cleaning your home there’s no guarantee your feline friend will stop this undesirable habit!
Getting rid of cat your because she sprays shouldn’t ever be the only option. If you’re at your wits end and nothing seems to work, you could always pay a cat behavior expert for advice. However, they don’t come cheap, and your pet insurance may not cover it.
If you’re asking if I recommend Cat Spray Stop, my answer is yes. Apart from the fact I believe the information inside the program to be genuine, you also have the 60 day money back guarantee.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my Cat Spray Stop review, and it’s helped you decide whether or not to try it. If you’ve found it useful please share. I won’t mind if you share this pin to your pets board.
Also if you have any questions or experiences you’d like to share, please leave your comment below.
Wishing you a purrfect day:)
16 thoughts on “Cat Spray Stop Review”
Great Review, Kathy. This could be a nasty problem that has no particular solution expert neutering, right? Well, that’s what I thought until now. Cats Spray Stop seems like a legitimate resource to learn how to stop a cat from spraying indoors. At first glance, I thought it is some spray that kills the odour and cleans the surface, but it turned out to be an ebook, which is even better. The author seems like a knowledgable person. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you Ivan:) Glad you enjoyed this post:) Yes Susan Westinghouse is a great expert on cats and certainly knows her stuff. Fortunately, my cat doesn’t spray, but her book is full of useful tips.
You’re lucky then! In any case, thanks for getting back to me. I will check out the product. Just a question. How reliable is the refund policy? I purchased products online before and when I wanted to ask for a refund, my requests were ignored by the owner although they said it’s 100% sure thing on the sales page.
Hi Ivan, the refund policy should be reliable as it’s sold on Clickbank. They always give a 60 day money back guarantee. Sorry you had a bad experience with a previous product you purchased. Thanks for your reply:)
Great information! I’m sharing this with my Mom who has an elderly cat that pees everywhere. She’s so old though, so I don’t know if this will work, but I’m sure hoping it will!
Thanks for sharing this information!
Thank you Katrina:) Elderly cats just like people can develop health problems. It could possibly be kidney disease which is very common and treatable with medication. Get your mum to take her cat to vet as he or she will carry out a few tests. If it turns out to be a behavior problem then yes, the book may help. Thanks for stopping by:)
Hello Kathy – boy, the E-book author sounds like she has training tips for a spraying cat. We have kitty brothers, and one of them did spray for what seemed to be eternity. We did take him to the vet, tried different food, cleaning the litter box 3 times a day, and even one of those pheromone plug ins. He has quit for the most part, now it’s just every once in a while. So I’m very interested in this book to be able to rid our lives of this kind of nuisance. Thank you for the intro to this book.
Thank you Nancy:) Yes, Susan Westinghouse is very knowledgeable with cats. Sorry you had such an experience with one of your cats. It seems as though it is more common in males, and glad he’s stopped spraying. You did all the right things, so hopefully he’s quit the habit for good:)
My goodness the things animal lovers have to deal with. I am hopeful for all who need this.
I am glad there is a money back guarantee. Much like with any training, consistency would
be key I would imagine. This seems like it would be a tough problem to break.
You mentioned pet insurance, I have never had pet insurance on any of our pets. I wonder how
common it is and what it covers typically speaking. Just a thought.
Great article Kathy!
Hi Teresa, yes, money back guarantee is a good thing to have with training:) I’ve never had spraying problems with any cat I’ve owned, but feel for those who do. Pet insurance covers most accidents and illnesses. It doesn’t cover things like vaccinations though. I’ve always bought pet insurance for my cats and see it as important as car or home insurance. You never know what can go wrong, and vets bills can be expensive. Thanks for stopping by and glad you enjoyed this post:)
I love your article. I love cats and you give great informations on what to do or not to do. Very useful informations!
Thank you Patrick:) Glad you enjoyed this post
I don’t know much about cats (and certainly not as much as you do!) so I didn’t even know they spray in the house as well. I thought they only did that outside.
There are quite a few cats in the neighborhood and at times that can be noisy as you can understand. So I started reading your article to see if you had a solution to that. 🙂
Although it was not what I was looking for, it was an interesting read, Kathy, thanks!
Thank you Hannie, glad you enjoyed this post:) Yes, cats can be noisy, especially when mating or fighting over their territory. Thanks for stopping by:)
Wow, this was an interesting read. I don’t know much about cats, but I have a friend who has a cat. I believe her cat is 6 years old. She will definitely benefit from reading this.
Thank you Delyana, I’m sure your friend will benefit from reading this post. Thanks for stopping by and glad you enjoyed the read:)