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    What Sits said. Looks like he's already chosen you.

    You could probably do the neutering yourself with tools in your kitchen. I watch a lot of vet shows on TV and it looks dead simple.

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      Jeezus, M

      It isn't post watershed where Sits is

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        I went back and forth about ending it with "J/K - do NOT try this at home, especially on a wide awake feral cat" but I think people here are smarter than the average FB user.

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          Originally posted by ursus arctos View Post
          Jeezus, M

          It isn't post watershed where Sits is
          <shock>

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            Originally posted by Femme Folle View Post
            I went back and forth about ending it with "J/K - do NOT try this at home, especially on a wide awake feral cat" but I think people here are smarter than the average FB user.
            I remember my Nan telling me back when I was a kid that there was a bloke in the village who did the job of neutering toms. No anesthetic or hygiene practice then, he'd shove the cat head first into a wellington boot and quickly nicked them out with his pocket knife then give the now empty bag a quick dab of iodine.

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              Snowy is as handsome as all hell, isn't he? The lovely, allergenic fuzzball.

              Speaking of cats, I think I have been adopted as a cat's best friend recently. There is an adorable (and undeniably beautiful) grey-with-orange-eyes cat who lives in our block, who is often lounging around the car park whenever I go out for my post-work walk. As soon as she sees me, she's on her feet, purring loudly and winding herself between my shins. Either she likes me or she's trying to do me in by causing me to trip and bash my head off the kerb. Maybe it's both.

              She's lovely, and I'm a bit smitten myself. Plus I find it incredibly funny when TLMG - who is not allergic to cats like I am, and who adores them - is with me and said feline will completely ignore her advances to get to me. Maybe there is something in that old line about cats being able to tell who has an allergy.
              Last edited by Toby Gymshorts; 06-01-2021, 12:00.

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                Peter got a new bed today. I think he likes it. I've already had to shoo Mickey away from it twice. Damn cats, they always think everything is theirs. I bought this new one because I had to throw out one of the older ones after Peter marked it and Mickey shat on it where Peter pissed. I'm shaking my head. Honestly, they're like animals.

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                  The only comfort in the grief of losing a pet is the chance it offers to some other animal to become embraced by a loving owner.

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                    So it's a couple of days since Snowy was neutered, and after feeling a bit sorry for himself since he's come in for tea today looking much brighter and with a healthy appetite.
                    At least he hasn't fallen out with us.

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