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01 Feb 2008
Male Cat going Crazy!
Hi, my male cat have been crying and meeuwing the whole time these last 2 weeks. I took a little abused kitten away from people and she is now a part of my family of 2 cats and 1 daschund puppy. The first few weeks my male cat didnt want to come into the house. After 2 weeks, he started playing with the little female kitten but now he keeps on "crying" the whole time. What is causing this? Is it because of the female cat that is now in the house?
Has he been neutered?
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