View Full Version : Nuttering cats

20-07-2015, 11:22:09
If you are male and the cat is male, don't you have a moral obligation to do whatever is in your power to prevent the nuttering of a fellow male cat?

Won't the nutering of the male cat severly impact its personality since it will be deprived of testosterone and won't be playing football any more?

Also, shouldn't you resist the chip implant they want to do to cats? Isn't this a violation of their privacy? What if the cat feels like going to a bar and have some snaps to chasse the blues away, shouldn't it be free to do so without supervision? What's next? Giving it a mobile phone?

20-07-2015, 20:22:42
nut it! I wouldn't chip one, but I guess if someone really liked cats...

our latest foster dog got nuttered badly and bled himself anemic all over the first floor a couple of weeks ago

in the process of fixing his fixing, I learned about a new horrifying surgery...


Dyl Ulenspiegel
20-07-2015, 20:41:04
Nuttering Heights?

The Mad Monk
20-07-2015, 21:31:40
Sounds like a bunch of nutters to me.

20-07-2015, 21:56:57
Neutering dogs has no impact whosoever on their personality. I would assume it's the same for cats. Also the chips are for if they get lost. The vet can just scan them or something and get the owner's address and number.

21-07-2015, 08:06:39
Yeah, don't neuter the cat then you can have a house like this


21-07-2015, 08:55:15
I won't :cool:
the cat would just go around spreading the lurv then come home and eat a little snack.
but it can get out of control I agree

The Mad Monk
21-07-2015, 09:21:15
He'll go around spreading his urine is what he'll do.

Like on your couch.

The Mad Monk
20-08-2015, 07:42:25
So, did you take responsibility?

20-08-2015, 12:52:05
Yup, unneutered males spray urine on things to mark them....and it stinks badly.

20-08-2015, 14:14:00
Is he still mad at you?

25-08-2015, 21:58:29
A bit.