Is it possible for a neutered male to be reacting to an unspayed female outside? I ask because all of my cats are fixed, and Jordan has taken his dominant behavior up a notch. He has for a long time mounted Isaac. It usually lasts a short time. Then the other night he mounted Isaac, but then after a little bit he did something I've never seen him do. Let's see how can I put this he started making motions like he was having his way with Isaac. I know nothing was really going on, and this is just a natural behavior, but I'm wondering why he would do this all of a sudden. It went on for probably 5 minuets before I finally split them apart. As I said everyone in my house is fixed, but if you remember there was a fight outside between a couple of cats last week. If there is an unspayed female outside, could this cause this behavior.
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6/3/09 at 12:36pm