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    Default Why do people always want to adopt male cats?

    what's the appeal?
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    Don't know, but female cats make awful sex sounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenErased View Post
    Don't know, but female cats make awful sex sounds.
    You can get them spayed

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    I have three rescued female cats, and they are all spayed.
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    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    Quote Originally Posted by labyrinthine View Post
    I have three rescued female cats, and they are all spayed.
    I just got a female kitty who was given away because she had kittens. and instead of getting her spayed they gave her away and kept a male kitten.

    I just got her spayed yesterday and she's doing well. you can go through the humane society and get a voucher which is what i did

    i just got her records and they paid 25 dollar adoption fee that included a voucher for a spay but they never got it done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    You can get them spayed
    I know, I was just thinking of differences that may lead to choosing males over females.. that's the only one I could come up with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I just got a female kitty who was given away because she had kittens. and instead of getting her spayed they gave her away and kept a male kitten.
    I guess for people who have no intention of spaying/neutering their animals, there is less consequence with a male cat? They don't have to see the kittens born? That seems extremely irresponsible and intentionally blind way to approach it, but that's my only guess as to why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by labyrinthine View Post
    I guess for people who have no intention of spaying/neutering their animals, there is less consequence with a male cat? They don't have to see the kittens born? That seems extremely irresponsible and intentionally blind way to approach it, but that's my only guess as to why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenErased View Post
    I know, I was just thinking of differences that may lead to choosing males over females.. that's the only one I could come up with.
    ah ok, but male cats spray and everything smells awful if you don't get them neutered.

    i grew up with a male and female cat and both were fixed
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    Our last who died was a male Maine Coone mix but the current one is a female. She's a love bug but whines all night

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