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lonzo
January 30th 14, 04:12 AM
She's around eight months old.
A week ago I captured a little feral male cat in the
skunk trap. He's about five months old. Ever since
she's been crying and moaning. The boy has tamed
up good in a week. He was as wild as he could be, biting,
scratching. He finally figured out the proper way to use
a litter box. Now they both run through the house playing
and _______ing. It's going to be interesting to see what the
babies look like. She's a brownish Persian, he's a grey &
white short hair, muscular. He's going to have a story to
tell his friends if I release him. Being inside during terrible
cold weather, with plenty of food, doing stud service.

If I keep the boy cat, how will he treat the kittens?
Will he need to be segregated?

He's a good little cat, now that he calmed down and
stopped biting.
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dgk
January 31st 14, 04:09 PM
On Wed, 29 Jan 2014 21:12:58 -0600, "lonzo" > wrote:

>
>She's around eight months old.
>A week ago I captured a little feral male cat in the
>skunk trap. He's about five months old. Ever since
>she's been crying and moaning. The boy has tamed
>up good in a week. He was as wild as he could be, biting,
>scratching. He finally figured out the proper way to use
>a litter box. Now they both run through the house playing
>and _______ing. It's going to be interesting to see what the
>babies look like. She's a brownish Persian, he's a grey &
>white short hair, muscular. He's going to have a story to
>tell his friends if I release him. Being inside during terrible
>cold weather, with plenty of food, doing stud service.
>
>If I keep the boy cat, how will he treat the kittens?
>Will he need to be segregated?
>
>He's a good little cat, now that he calmed down and
>stopped biting.

I don't know why he'd need to be segregated but if you're going to
keep him I'd get him neutered. Otherwise they do tend to spray and get
aggressive.

lonzo
February 1st 14, 09:14 PM
> wrote:
> On Wed, 29 Jan 2014 21:12:58 -0600, "lonzo" > wrote:
> >
> >She's around eight months old.
> >A week ago I captured a little feral male cat in the
> >skunk trap. He's about five months old. Ever since
> >she's been crying and moaning. The boy has tamed
> >up good in a week. He was as wild as he could be, biting,
> >scratching. He finally figured out the proper way to use
> >a litter box. Now they both run through the house playing
> >and _______ing. It's going to be interesting to see what the
> >babies look like. She's a brownish Persian, he's a grey &
> >white short hair, muscular. He's going to have a story to
> >tell his friends if I release him. Being inside during terrible
> >cold weather, with plenty of food, doing stud service.
> >
> >If I keep the boy cat, how will he treat the kittens?
> >Will he need to be segregated?
> >
> >He's a good little cat, now that he calmed down and
> >stopped biting.
> I don't know why he'd need to be segregated but if you're going to
> keep him I'd get him neutered. Otherwise they do tend to spray and get
> aggressive.

If these cats do one more night of yeowling I'll need
to get a motel room so I can get a good night sleep.
When the noise gets too much for me, I've started
making angry cat noises. The little male comes in the
room, tilts his head sideways in confusion, and stares
at me.

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MaryL[_2_]
February 1st 14, 09:28 PM
"lonzo" wrote in message
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> wrote:
> On Wed, 29 Jan 2014 21:12:58 -0600, "lonzo" > wrote:
> >
> >She's around eight months old. A week ago I captured a little feral male
> >cat in the
> >skunk trap. He's about five months old. Ever since
> >she's been crying and moaning. The boy has tamed
> >up good in a week. He was as wild as he could be, biting,
> >scratching. He finally figured out the proper way to use
> >a litter box. Now they both run through the house playing
> >and _______ing. It's going to be interesting to see what the
> >babies look like. She's a brownish Persian, he's a grey &
> >white short hair, muscular. He's going to have a story to
> >tell his friends if I release him. Being inside during terrible
> >cold weather, with plenty of food, doing stud service.
> >
> >If I keep the boy cat, how will he treat the kittens?
> >Will he need to be segregated?
> >
> >He's a good little cat, now that he calmed down and
> >stopped biting.
> I don't know why he'd need to be segregated but if you're going to
> keep him I'd get him neutered. Otherwise they do tend to spray and get
> aggressive.

If these cats do one more night of yeowling I'll need
to get a motel room so I can get a good night sleep.
When the noise gets too much for me, I've started
making angry cat noises. The little male comes in the
room, tilts his head sideways in confusion, and stares
at me.

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You will solve these problems, and many more, if you get both cats
neutered/fixed. Then you can enjoy both cats and they can enjoy you--and
without any concerns about overpopulation.

MaryL