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Is next doors cat after my kittens?

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by mycatroxy, Apr 8, 2011.


  1. mycatroxy

    mycatroxy PetForums Member

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    Next door male cat has been hanging around my back and front door for a few days now and has tried to get in more than once. had a scare last night the kitchen windows were open and i went into the kitchen and roxy was in there with 2 of the kittens and the cat from next door, the tom legged it out the window but the 2 kittens and roxy were all aggressive and had all their fur up and roxy went for one of the kittens, i seperated them and after 10mins they were all happy again and cuddled up sleeping! whats going on?:confused:
     
  2. celicababe1986

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    how old are the kittens?
    its poss that roxy may beback in heat!
    keep the tom away!;)
     
  3. Taylorbaby

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    why is she allowed in a room with windows open?? :confused:

    she may have been manted again, shes probably calling!!
     
  4. Gem16

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    That's true about her mating again, oh lord hope not!!
     
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    i would be very careful incase she is calling and if the tom can get in ,she could get pregnant again, how old are the babies, are they still feeding from mum or are they weaned, if she isnt feeding them now,you could get her spayed, then hopefully the tom will stop popping round..:),;) do you have any pictures of mum and kitties, would love to see them....:D
     
  6. lymorelynn

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    It does sound as if Roxy may be calling again - very likely given the time of year and age of her kittens. You need to ensure that she cannot get out and that the tom cannot get in. Do you have an appointment to get Roxy spayed? I would think that could be done very soon as your kittens are coming up for nine weeks old.
     
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    Not more kittens ... pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese :frown2:
     
  8. buffie

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    OP said she was having her spayed at the end of last month so lets just hope she did.If she didnt then she could well be pregnant again :rolleyes:
     
  9. mycatroxy

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    calm down everyone she has been spayed! thats why im so confussed by his constant interest in them?
     
  10. Gem16

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    I would be really careful anyway he could hurt the kittens and it's not good if he's gonna wind mum up resulting in her turning on them too!
     
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    mycatroxy PetForums Member

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    i no im making sure he cant get in. i didnt think he would have the nerve to jump thru the window, i just dont understand what he wants? :confused:
     
  12. lymorelynn

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    Are your neighbours away? Is he coming in for food? I wouldn't think he is trying to get in because of the kittens but it is safest to keep him out anyway.
     
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    they not away but he is out all the time and i had just put down some cut up beef so that may have been it!
     
  14. buffie

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    Remember ,If he can come in your cat can get out,It would not be wise when she has unvaccinated kittens for her to be going out.
     
  15. mycatroxy

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    why wouldnt she be allowed in a room with windows open?:confused:
     
  16. mycatroxy

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    shes not interested in going out. and they have had their first vacs on weds.
     
  17. buffie

    buffie Mentored by Meeko

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    As above^^^^^^
     
  18. momentofmadness

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    MMMMM stay outside and be hungry.. Or break into the neighbours house for the Beef.. :D
     
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    i dont no what to do as he is constantly hanging around! and once they do venture out into the garden he will be there!
     
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    If he stilll hanging around, you will have to keep both your cat and kittens inside.
    I wouldn't let mine out if there was a marauding Tom cat :eek:

    Poor boy, I wonder if he is neutered, I hope so ...
     
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