in a litter box?
Cats normally bury their urine and feces. For this reason, they will urinate in litter. Providing a litter box is a great substitution.
Like in humans, a small tube called a urethra comes from the bladder to the outside. In males the urethra comes out in the middle of their penis. Both male and female cats "squat" to urinate.
The urinary system in cats is pretty much like that in humans. When ready to urinate, the cat's brain signals him to get up and go to the litter box or area of loose dirt. Both male and female cats "squat" to urinate. The male's penis extends a little out just before he urinates. Girl kitties just 'go'. When done, girl or boy cats scratch at the litter or dirt to cover the odor of their wastes.Interesting fact: Many cats will not have a bowel movement in the same litter box where they urinate.
They urinate on the objects they want to mark.
The cats don't urinate on furniture.
Male cats yowl to female cats and urinate when they are in "heat." You say he's neutered (fixed)? Well, he shouldn't be in heat AT ALL if he is neutered.
I don't think you can unless the cat wants to. Cats only urinate where they think it's safe and where it won't get in the way of anything. They usually urinate in sand pits, or boxes, or just places they know they are allowed to 'urinate' in!
Just like any other comparable mammal, cats dogs etc.
No they do not purr like cats. I don't think they do, they can hiss but I think that's about it.
They don't; a cat that has never been outdoors is quite happy with a litter box, so long as it is kept reasonably clean (scoop it daily). A cat that has access to the outdoors will urinate outdoors because it uses the scent of its urine to mark its territory and warn other cats away.
Cats "mark" their territory, especially where they smell other cats. For example, under a window inside where a stranger cat sleeps outside. They mark when they smell other males or stranger cats outside their clan. Cats can also urinate in the house if their litter box is not clean, or if they have a UTI.
Oddly, yes! Some cats are particularly finicky when it comes to litter boxes - some cats will refuse to defaecate in a box they urinate in, or vice versa.