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        12-02-2012, 10:08 PM
    Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum    
    The delay in getting him neutered has been convincing the boyfriend that neutering is in Cosmo's best interest...and ours.
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    LOL, hopefully with the pooping and that neutering might help, the BF now understands more why it's in everyone's best interest! :) Spraying might be next, best to nip that before it has a chance to starts!
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        12-02-2012, 11:00 PM
    And those are all reasons our ca Kitty was neutered as soon as we were able to. We didn't want o deal with any of the territorial issues or spraying.

    He's still growing too. All we had was an estimate on his age as he was a "foundling." Little bugger has bat ears

    And he's not so little
        12-03-2012, 02:15 PM
    If I wasn't on my phone, I'd put up pics of Cosmo. He is sooooooo tolerant. We put a pirate hat on him for Halloween and he didn't try to take it off. And my boyfriend's nieces think he's the greatest thing and mess with him all the time when they're visiting, but he has yet to show his claws to them, or his teeth.
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