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    Lightbulb Fighting the friskiness?

    Hi - I'm a new member - been reading thru the posts on other threads and like your down-to-earth replies and your knowldege.

    I've already asked about a problem with my male cat, Nuzzle, but I'm wondering whether you can help with something else? I'm thinking about getting a lady cat to complete our little family, but I don't really want to get her spayed if I can avoid it.

    Two questions: Nuzzle was a rehomed ***** - we think he's neutered. But will he still get the 'urge to splurge' and be bothering his new sister?

    Secondly, there are a few horny ol' toms in my area - are there any devices I can get to keep her safe when she's out and about? No, I don't mean a can of MACE, I mean some kind of kitty panties?

    Hoping for some wisdom...

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    Re: Fighting the friskiness?

    Hello Draco, welcome to FG!

    I don't see how you can let her out, and not have her fixed if you don't want baby kitties. She would have to be an indoor kitty, and you would have to be patient with her mood swings.

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    Kitty pants! I like it!!!
    If you're not getting her spayed, then she will eventually end up with babies!
    Also, it's not pretty when they're in season - mine used to yowl and back towards anyone entering the house, dragging herself along the floor.. so we gave in and got her 'done'.
    I don't think your male will get the urge..mine never has!

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    Re: Fighting the friskiness?

    I'm surprised no-one has thought of it - a bit like an nappy with paw-proof fasteners! Or something made out of rubber like half a wetsuit? I just don't like the idea of getting her done...seems a bit nasty....

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    Oh, you could not put something rubber on her, that would be harmful to her skin and fur. Cats are prone to abcesses and skin problems.

    You would have to keep her indoors, and not let her out and be patient when it is those times. Some people opt not to have their pets fixed, but it depends on the animal.

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    I know they make them for dogs, but I doubt cats would put up with it.

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    Re: Fighting the friskiness?

    i seen your post in pets bulling pets thread, i was wondering if you had humour similar to nomad or not & how to take you

    in the meantime welcome to the garden

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    yeah, I wondered if Draco will join the 'skewed' humour brigade!
    There's plenty of us, so she'll be in good company
    However, I did give a serious reply to that particular post just in case...

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    Re: Fighting the friskiness?

    Quote Originally Posted by buttercup
    i seen your post in pets bulling pets thread, i was wondering if you had humour similar to nomad or not & how to take you

    in the meantime welcome to the garden
    He seems nice! No, im just a bit ditzy when it comes to pets and looking after them. Love them lots, haven't got a clue tho!!!!!!

    It looks like I'll be making my own kitty chastity belt then. If they make them for dogs, how about something terrier-sized? If rubber's no-no for a cat's bottom, how about suede or something softer?

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    Yes, suede is a good idea, you could line it with something disposable. You might have a nice little invention on your hands if it works.......................

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