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Congrats! You have a male. There would be no puffiness around the genitals if it was a female. Also the holes would be closer to each other.
 

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It's no problem to have one of each - as long as you get them fixed!
 

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The good news is that neutering typically costs less than spaying! Its a simple procedure with a very short recovery time. Getting your female fixed as well is important even if you don't plan to let her outside because it prevents potentially deadly conditions like reproductive cancers and pyrometra (infection of the uterus).

Fun fact: Because of the way color genetics work in cats, about 3/4 of orange or orange & white cats are male!
 
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