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With what age should I get my siamese kitty a girlfriend?? p.s he just turned 6 months... :)

kelly bezerrakelly bezerra Wisconsin(but I'm living in brMember Posts: 1

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  • Danielle BownesDanielle Bownes CordovaMember Posts: 4
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    What do you mean by girlfriend? Do you plan on breeding? Is your cat fixed?
  • Universal WhispererUniversal Whisperer Member Posts: 595 ✭✭
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    If you're talking about breeding, DON'T. Get your Siamese neutered so he'll remain a good companion to you in the house. When an unneutered male cat reaches sexual maturity, his urine changes to become overpoweringly acrid and stinky. An unneutered male will spray his extremely strong smelling urine everywhere to mark his territory. Unneutered males also are driven to get out and hunt for females and to fight other intact adult males for territory and mates. Ripped up ears, scratched up faces, frequent bite wounds and abscesses all add up to vet bills that can be completely avoided by having your male cat neutered and keeping him inside. Intact females aren't easy to live with either. A female in heat often sprays to advertise that she's looking for a mate. A female Siamese in heat can make some of the most unearthly sounds you've ever heard. If you want a female just for a companion to your male, first have him neutered then get the female and have her spayed.
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