Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Montreal Canada
True enough, until he is neutered, this behavior will keep going.
The good news is that you can probably contact a local shelter or an organisation that spays/neuters feral cats at low costs!
You can google search low cost spay/neuter clinics in your area.
They will also lend you a humane trap for your boy to be catched in and braught to their clinic. Just make sure you monitor the trap very good.
When he gets inside, make sure he has food and water, and most importantly, cover the cage immediately with a blanket or towel, as this helps calm the cats, and avoids them hurting themselves if they want to trash around and try to escape. In the morning, it's off to the clinic for his neutering!
Tonali, Elphin, Stibule, Gino, Katla, Airell, Rasta and Chipcat-Filou. All rescued cats!