A few months ago i offered to take my friends cat in. He's male, unneutered, 2 or 3 years old. I have a spayed 1 1/2 year old female already, so when i first got the male i kept him in a separate room and slowly introduced them. Well... i guess you can say im still in the introduction process. I have to still keep him separated. I let him out everyday and at first he's good. But within 20 minutes he goes crazy. He pins my female down on her back and repeatedly tries to (and sometimes succeeds) bite her groin area. I refuse to keep this cat anymore if he isn't fixed, so i'm pretty much waiting on my friend to give me at least half the money to get the surgery. Would not being neutered make him bite her in this area? What is he trying to do?! I can understand biting her neck. There's also a few stray cats i take care of outside, so he could be picking up scents. BUT WHY BITE HER DOWN THERE?! Has anyone else seen this?
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1/21/07 at 10:01pm