oh i know he needs to be neutered its just so impossible.he only comes home every third day, whenever he feels like it. I think the whole neighbourhood feeds him so thinks he doesnt have to.
And you have to make an appointment with the vet days in advance, and i just cant plan anything with him.
but even if i did it would make no difference, hes not the only randy male cat in the neighbourhood.
I was just wondering if its normal for a female to still smell to males 2 months after spaying, cos i have other spayed cats, and none of them are being chased around, so it must be something wrong with her.... :?
Is she showing any heat behavior? Occasionally there is 'ectopic' ovarian tissue somewhere in the abdomen that is not taken out during the spay surgery. Not the vet's fault; usually it's microscopic amounts. However, with the 'real' ovaries gone, these cells can grow and re-create an 'ovary' that does all its hormonal things. Something to be checked for by your vet. A vaginal smear can help sort things out; and there are blood tests for the hormones too.