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This guy is neutered

post #1 of 28
Thread Starter 
When the vet neutered Wawa I expected things to disappear. Apparently the vet decided to let him retain his manly looks.
If I get another male (big IF though), I'll request the same procedure. After the operation, Wawa did not need antibiotics, painkillers, or anything.



post #2 of 28
Holly cow he looks like he never had anything done to him. He must be proud that he is still looking like he is sporting his manhood
post #3 of 28
So thats what that is. LOL Sorry. My kitty got neutered and he looks as if they didnt do a thing. I thought it was supposed to look like that.
post #4 of 28
this thread is so funny! What a lucky cat!
post #5 of 28
My vet did the same thing with Leo. He's been neutered too....but still looks like a "boy."

post #6 of 28
Their certainly proud thats for sure!!
post #7 of 28
i knwo this might sound rude but what is inside the sac now???

and wouldnt those kits be embarrased if they found out you have been taking pics of their Privates!
post #8 of 28
Just look at Wawa strutting around like such a proud, beautiful boy!
post #9 of 28
What age were they neutered around?

Spotz
post #10 of 28
I've wondered about this - do cats/dogs notice that their "dependents" are missing ?

I've heard of some owners having prosthetics implanted afterwards (I'm not kidding!) - apparently so that the other dogs/cats wouldn't notice what was done.
post #11 of 28
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fwan
i knwo this might sound rude but what is inside the sac now???

and wouldnt those kits be embarrased if they found out you have been taking pics of their Privates!
Well, I made sure he wasn't looking!
BTW, it's all tissue.
post #12 of 28
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Spotz
What age were they neutered around?

Spotz
Wawa is a stray. I rescued him about 3 months ago. The vet calculated he's about 3 years old.
post #13 of 28
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Big Bad Wolf
I've wondered about this - do cats/dogs notice that their "dependents" are missing ?

I've heard of some owners having prosthetics implanted afterwards (I'm not kidding!) - apparently so that the other dogs/cats wouldn't notice what was done.
I haven't seen my girls (Joji, Skinny, QT) checking him out.
post #14 of 28
Simon still has his sack, too....I can't even tell where his incision was. They're all shaved and everything, which is very very funny looking, but they're still hanging there. When his hair grows back, I'll try to get a shot, and post it. LOL, this is a great thread!

Best-
Michele
post #15 of 28
Definately just tissue more than anything

Spotz
post #16 of 28
Awww what a cute backside!
post #17 of 28
Oh, I wish I'd seen a thread like this when I first got Red Cat. I was so confused. See, I'd never been around cats before until I took in my first stray. And he was a neutered male, but he didn't have any of his manly attributes left. So I thought that was how all neutered males looked. Well, when I got Red Cat from someone who had to give him up, he told me Red Cat was neutered. But Red Cat looked like this. Ahem. On top of it, Red Cat had the territorial fighting and roaming behavior one would expect of an intact cat. So when I took him to the vet, I asked, "Is this guy really neutered or not?" The vet's reply: "It's all fluff!"
post #18 of 28
Maybe the boys without need this site: Neuticles

Becky
post #19 of 28
That is so funny!!!
My three boys Max and Simon and Samson were all neutered very young maybe thats why theirs dont look like that. My husband just asked me what I was looking for. Nothing like going around the house lifting the tails of my male cats.
post #20 of 28
My Dirt has been neutured- he was about 6 months old. He still carries himself proudly if a little smaller! Hes a short hair and quite skinny so from the rear he has a couple of furry 'ginger nuts' that are very noticable.
post #21 of 28
Buddy was neutered as an adult but he won't let me look. He has long hair so I can't get a glimpse as he walks across the room. I am going to take him in for a "sanitary shave" though, since he gets kitty litter stuck to his butt furs, so I will be able to check then. Poor boy, he is going to hate that, but he won't let me comb the stuff out and I worry about him cleaning it off of himself. Becky
post #22 of 28
My persian Simon has really lonnnng hair and he hates to groom hisself. So I take him to the groomer every three months or so for a Lion look. Poof on the tip of his tail, feet and head but everywhere else its a close shave. He seems to love it. He loves to be held and petted and prances around the house like he is on the run way modeling. I will have to post some pics of him.
post #23 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by twofatcats
"It's all fluff!"
post #24 of 28
post #25 of 28
You guys are funny. My boy has nothing, nada, zilch.
post #26 of 28
Gosh now I'm wondering - I'll have to see what Elmo has next time he walks past!
post #27 of 28
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
Awww what a cute backside!
Certainly I can´t say like Sam, AWWWWWW, but the pic´s are so good!!!
They looks so proud!!!!
post #28 of 28
My neutered boys all have their "jewels", just smaller than non neutered males. I've always thought it was normal for them to look like that.
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