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Posted by: Nick | 2007/07/26

re: comment: posting 619

Hi Dr thank-you for the information. With regard to your question as to whether they are both neutered, no. However, i observed him last night and i noticed that the other male cats ( some of them stray ) are not following him as rigorously as they have done.

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There is some hormone treatment that can be used in "oversexed" animals but it has side effects. Your vet will be able to advise you with regards to these.

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Posted by: Momof3 | 2007/07/26

Have him neuted and things will change.Dont wait to long.Should be done at 6months. His voice will be deeper now. They become more home bound and loverble. August is the time for mating .You could have a great deel of noice coming your way.Meow.meow .....and lots of fighting.Wounds etc.which become septic and you could have many medical bills as a result,cuts ,biten ears etc.

A friend of mine just had her male(also not neuted ) in for a week after afight.very serious abses-driping puss under the stomach-you could not even see a wound mark.-was a tooth-bite.

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