Long Term Spraying & Transitioning To New Home

Hi!I'm brand new to this site! Just found you folks tonight.I could really use some help. I have FOUR cats. Problem is with ONE cat.Sam, showed up 5+ years ago as a kitten, very vocal, talks allot. Sam is ananxious guy, paces allot, monitors the food dishes frequently and lets me knowif they're even half empty.Sam has been spraying even after being neutered. It's been awful! He's ruinedmost of my home. I've tried Feliway, but that hasn't worked, he even seems tospray more around it !? He pees on my leather couch, bed, etc. I've got most everything covered right now.I think some of the precitating factors are all the neighbor cats who show up atthe door. He doesn't have an issue with the cats here. There was a cat herebefore he came that sprayed and that started everything.I plan on moving eventually. I'm wondering if moving to a new home may helpand what I can do to keep him from spraying in a new house. I'm hoping thatwhen I move into a new house, with new carpet, paint and no cat smells aroundor neighbor cats, he'll be lest apt to spray. I'm hoping to use this move as a'new start' for him.Any tips on the transition and ways to get the spraying stopped?I've also heard about medications? Any advice?

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