I have 2 cats a male and a female. What about you, do you have any?
I have three cats - all of them are rescues. I have two females and a male. All three were in desperate straits when I found them. I nursed them back to health and they have rewarded me by being absolutely wonderful, loving pets.
We have 3 for the moment, expecting another bunch. Had 9 at one stage, loved them all dearly.
Cats are like Lays potato chips, nobody can have just one! We started with one stray and now we have three strays! http://hubpages.com/hub/let-a-cat-adopt-you
by kids-toy-box 7 years ago
How do you distinguish between male and female parakeets?
by Rachel Vega 5 years ago
Are male cats more friendly than female cats?In my experience, female cats are much less likely to be as snuggly as the males. Anyone else notice this?
by budchirp123 8 years ago
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by Romeo and Silver 7 years ago
I have 2 male neutered cats. A few times they howled and seemed very upset when they were inside the house, while a strange cat was outside the back door. Is it a territorial thing?
by Tom Ware 5 years ago
Are all ginger cats male?I was once told that all ginger coloured cats are male. I doubt this, as I recall as a teenager that our family had two ginger cats, one male, one female. The female died before it became full grown. So, what's the verdict? Are all ginger cats male?
by Terri 7 years ago
How do you stop a female cat from fighting with a male?We have a 4 year old female and a 10 month old male cat. Female HATES the male and growls, hisses and tries to scratch him anytime he comes into a room. How do we stop this? Tried giving her extra attention, always feeding her...
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