We live in a house and our female cat walks in the yard. She is spayed, I am not worried about her pregnancy. But the neighbor’s cat is tormenting her. He tries to mate with her. I see that my cat doesn’t like it and I don’t know what to do. I can’t keep her locked up all the time and I don’t think the neighbor will do it with his cat. What is the solution to this situation?Tara DParticipant
Please help me with some advice. I am already desperate.
- This reply was modified 1 year ago by Tara D.
Oh, this is a common story with cats. One effective solution to this problem is to have the cat neutered. Have you talked to your neighbors about the problem? Castrated cats become indifferent to female cats and leave them alone. It’s not an option to lock your cat up, because if she’s used to walking outside, it will be very stressful for her to be limited in movement. I recently read an article about this, here it is https://cleverpetowners.com/male-cat-wont-leave-female-alone-what-should-i-do/. You can follow the recommendations that are written there. Maybe then the neighbor’s cat will leave your cat alone.
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