Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: Peterborough, Ontario
It's definaltey because he's unaltered. If he goes outdoors you should definaltey have him fixed, not only for the health of your own cat (he can contract many diseases through mating, fighting etc.) but for the lives of all the kittens he's out there creating. There's already a GIANT population problem. Please dont contribute to it!
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