Dear Catster reader,
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Preventing male attacks on unneutered male?
So, the last question I asked was answered and I was happy with it but here's another question towards the same point. Long story short - my kitten Yuki's future mate is unneautered and he's an outdoors cat. He is being attacked by older and tougher street cats (where I live there is a lot of them) and his owner's were going to neuter him next week to stop them attacking him. Because Yuki is too young we want to wait a little bit before we breed the two but everyone is worried that the male will be seriously hurt before we do. Is there a way to prevent the attacks or at least keep him safe before breeding him? I need the answer as soon as possible! ^ ^