Monday, 23 November 2020

No More Little Toffee Cats



I can't be bothered with all this lovey-dovey stuff.



The old man and old woman watched a TV programme about animal instincts last night. The programme mentioned the – ahem – instinct to reproduce. Left to their own devices male cats spray to mark their territory. They fight,  roam for miles and love a bit of howling, the louder the better. So they get the snip. 

So uncouth. Not at all like we refined female cats.

I'm happy to say that they can get the "snip" in order to stop all of the above. I have had the female equivalent so, sadly for the world, there will be no more little Toffees.

I can see the point, I suppose. On the face of it lots more little Toffees with their inevitable devastating charm and beauty sounds appealing - but I don't think I could stand the competition.

In any case, looking after kittens sounds exhausting. I'd much rather be indulging my instincts to sleep, eat and hunt.

If you want more information search: Cat spaying, cat neutering, age to spay a cat, neutering your cat, neutering and spaying, kittens.


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3 comments:

  1. Yep- getting a snip saves a lot of kitties lives.....no more unwanted babies or lauguishing in shelters.

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  2. Little Toffees would have been nice, but I am sure you are happier with no responsibilities. :)

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  3. Yesterday we saw video of a male ocelot spraying. Yikes! I have no idea how Salvador Dalí kept one in his home. Spay and neuter definitely improves the lives of stray kitties, too - less fighting means fewer injuries and less disease spreading.

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