Can I mate my male with 2 female cats?
While you can mate two cats of the opposite sex by simply putting them in the same room together, this isn’t the safest choice. Mating cats requires that each cat has grown to its full size and that you’ve checked them both for any genetic or health problems.
Can you have two male cats and two female cats?
Considerations. At the end of the day, no “yes” or “no” answer is in place for whether two male cats will get along better than two female cats. After all, just like people, all felines are separate individuals with distinct temperaments. You may find that two queens get along famously and are inseparable — aww.
Can a neutered male and female cat live together?
Unfixed male cats are driven by their hormones, and as a result can get very territorial and competitive with others. Allowing two unneutered male cats to live together is often a recipe for disaster, especially when an unfixed female in heat is nearby!
What’s the difference between male and female kittens?
The only difference between males and females is that a neuter (male) costs less and is less invasive than a spay (female). You’ll want to spay or neuter both kittens regardless of their gender; a male kitten will grow up to fight and spray urine on your house if not neut…
Can two male cats live in peace in one home?
I’ve had 2 male cats live in peace in the past. But one was willing to be submissive to the other. The 2 neutered males I have now are often in conflict. But it is not very serious as they don’t hurt each other. They get along most of the time and can often be found napping on the same bed, but not cuddling.
Is there a male and female neutered cat?
We have two older pure-bred cats, one male, one female, both have been neutered. The female “knows” she is the “queen” and expects to be treated royally. The male (who is her half-brother and a year younger) is the vocal one with his meows, but the passive one as for as agression.
Can a male cat live with two female cats?
They have spats, but it’s all in play and they get on fine. Surprisingly the fully declawed cat (not by us, he came from the shelter that way) rules the roost over the two fully clawed cats. We have 6 male cats, all indoor, all neutered.
What’s the best way to get two cats to get along?
In general, neutering is the best way to get two male cats to stop fighting, and it increases the chances of two males getting along with each other. However, some male cats do get along better with females.
Do you want two dominant cats or one dominant cat?
You dont want two dominant cats, its always best to have cats who have been well socialized with other cats and who are cat friendly. Along with of course, slow introductions (go each cats pace!) and tons of resources. I’ve only ever had females and they got along just fine.