cats!!

posted 3 years ago in Pets
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@littleG:  Perhaps there’s a female cat on heat and the male cats sense it 🙂

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@littleG:  Lol not that I know of. We used to have half the neighbourhood cats in our front yard thanks to our trees 🙂

Post # 6
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Helper bee

@littleG:  treat neuter release.. TNR…Bring it to a vet to get fixed and it wont be roaming around in heat

Post # 7
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@littleG:  Um… put 2 female cats in super-heat in a different, nearby yard?  No you can’t redirect male cats on their way to find a lil sump’n sump’n.

Post # 8
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@oangeo:  Um, not sure if that was a serious point, but a couple points. Not all pet cats wear collars, so you shouldn’t be picking up random cats and getting them neutered, since they might belong to someone.  Also, male cats who are neutered cannot spray to mark their territory, so you actually put them at a disadvantage dealing with other male feral cats, and that’s kind of cruel, if they are strays.  Only female cats go into heat, and female cats get spayed, not neutered, so neutering doesn’t stop anyone from being in heat.  Neutered male cats may still be attracted to a female cat in heat.

I hope that was a joke post.

Post # 9
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: February 2013

@littleG:  a NEST lmao! No, cats are solitary creatures. The only time they hang out in groups is when a mother is teaching her kittens to hunt or if a female in heat is attracting males. Otherwise they just roam alone. Maybe a female has left her scent somewhere on your property. As long as you don’t feed them they’ll go away on their own eventually. If one becomes hostile you should call animal control but usually they’re easily frightened and won’t try to approach you. 

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