Are your cats spraying on different objects in the house? Well, in order to prevent precious objects in the house from getting spoiled because of cat urine, you need to know how to stop cats from spraying in the house. Cats mark territory by spraying. Once they spray, the smell would be just like ammonia. The floor of the house, furniture and other items in the house would reek of cat urine smell.
Cats normally have a tendency to spray on surfaces which are vertical in shape. There is no specific reason for this. But, cats generally like vertical surfaces. Cats which are spraying for the purpose of marking territory do not have any bladder control problems. I have seen people take their cats to a vet just because their cats are spraying in the house. They have assumed that there is some issue with the urinary bladder of the cats. There is a good way to identify if a cat is spraying to mark territory or if the cat is spraying because of issues with the bladder. Just look at the amount of urine present in the area where the cat sprayed. If there is a lot of urine, then it may be a bladder issue. If the amount of urine in that area is small, then the cat is doing it to mark territory.