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Male cats try to mate with my male cat.

Dallas TiekingDallas Tieking Hereford TxMember Posts: 1
edited 26 February, 2013 in Behavior & Training
First some background. BW is our outdoor cat. Ever since he was born he was small and sickly. He is now grown (still small)and healthy. But he never leaves the yard. He never goes tom catten around. The problem is that every male around comes over and gets on top of him trying to mate. When we bring him into the house even our male neutered cat get on top and tries to mate. What gives?

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  • Jacquie RichardsonJacquie Richardson Member Posts: 9
    edited 26 February, 2013
    I know dogs mount each other in a bid for dominance (regardless of gender) but I haven't really heard much about this behavior happening in cats. Perhaps, due to his small size, this is the reasoning behind it? Sorry I can't be of more help!
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