I agree with suguarcatmom, cats who are de-clawed have a higher tendency to bite, as their natural defenses -claws- are no longer present...
I have 8 cats, none of them are de-clawed and all use scratching posts.
De-clawing a cat has this adverse effect that vets don't always inform about...
As for spraying water on him...well try to remember this; he is only expressing what he wishes to the only way he still can... I am sure there are other ways you can find to avoid having to spray him!
Best of luck.
Cookie July 1st 1999 female/ RIP July 31st 2008 -cat
Tonali June 3rd 2007 female -cat
Elphin April 21st 2008 male -cat
Stibule(Gino,Airell,Katla,Rasta)June 6th 2009 female- cat
Gino Ferrero April 8th 2010 male -cat
Airell Awenn Awnfenn Ep Berrth April 8th 2010 female- cat
Katla Chilam Balam April 8th 2010 female- cat
Rasta Farian Marley April 9th 2010 male- cat
Chipcat-Filou found June 12th 2011 (Ocicat 6months old) female-cat
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