One of the best ways to solve problems is to put in place an environment that helps prevent these from happening in the future. Ask any business owner how he or she runs a successful operation and he or she will tell you that there is always forward planning in motion. Contingency plans are also created. So, if Plan A does not work, then off to Plan B we go. It is no different on the domestic front. Parents create a homely environment long before their new kids arrive.
So by the time the new arrivals are placed in their nursery, it is as though they were always meant to be there. Speaking of new arrivals, what if you are planning on having pets. The best advice from vets and animal experts is to bring them in young. So, if you bring little kittens into the house, you are in a much stronger position to discipline them from a young age and they are much better able to settle into their new living environment sooner rather than later.
To bring an adult cat into the new home environment has challenges because that cat is already set in its ways. Old habits die hard, as they say. One of the biggest bugbears of keeping cats is the unpleasant habit of cat spraying. It is unpleasant because it leaves a strong odor at times and cannot be eliminated in a jiffy. Aside from the well-known obvious, there are many reasons why a cat will spray its urine. One of the best ways to drastically reduce the possibility of your new cat spraying about the place is to have it spayed or neutered within five months of its birth.