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Loki is a Hoser

post #1 of 5
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So much for having a stable of all well behaved studs. Loki still finds it necessary to mark his room every night. Although it has been tapering off, he rarely misses a night of marking.
The boy has some seriously strong scent too. I should market that stuff as a medication to clear your sinuses. whew!
Everyday we smile that smile you give a 2 year old who has just made a huge mess and clean it up, as he struts around with his "yeah I'm the man!" look on his face.
Gotta love him, but we'd be real ok with it if he'd quit that.
post #2 of 5
Will his marking cause the other to start marking?
post #3 of 5
I love the phrase "a stable of well behaved studs" Ahhh I am thinking about perhaps when I retire and have time and space to show and breed cats, and how much I would love to be able to use that phrase!

In all seriousness though, I couldn't get Radar neutered until 6 months and praise be he never sprayed but my word his urine was eyewatering.
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I just hope that Loki doesn't trigger the other boys to spray too.
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Originally Posted by GoldenKitty45 View Post
I just hope that Loki doesn't trigger the other boys to spray too.
So far he hasn't and the good news is, he's stopped for the most part. I guess he didn't feel comfortable for awhile and now he does.

He's Mr. Headbutt now. I knew he'd love it here once he decided we're nice people.
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