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So as some of you might remember, we had Toots spayed a couple of weeks ago.She was starting to show signs of psychosis and was getting almost impossible to control.Well...you'll be glad to hear shes calmed down so much. She still has her moments, but she wouldn't be her if she didn't.She's a lot more friendly and calm. And has bonded better with my Dd. She still hates my ds but she doesn't go out of her way to attack him like she used to.She still enjoys swiping my ankles in the night though Her stomach is now almost completely healed after the stupid animal pulled out a stitch and she's been out with no problems too.Even dh thinks she's changed so much for the best. Thank god!
That's great. How old is she?I've told my best tales of dealing with psychotic unneutered indoor-only female cats on here a number of times, so I won't do it again. But yes, spaying indoor only cats is very important.
She will be one mid-march.
Ours still ankle swipes at age 8! It's obviously lots of fun. I'm so pleased you had her done, she sounds so much happier for it.
Fun for her, not for me. I'm on guard everytime I go to the toilet now and my poor legs and ankles are like chew toys But yes I'm glad she's been done. She's a lovely cat..just a bit spirited
She's still a kitten, really. She'll be happier now though.
Aw she's a pretty girl. Glad she's calmed down. Agree with cozie she's still a kitten really.
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