I believe the stuff in animal reppellent that you can buy to keep cats and
dogs from destroying furniture contains methyl nonyl ketone. Can anybody tell
me what's up with that ketone, is it toxic to animals etc??
It's a small percentage of the actual spray that is available to repell animals.
Roger, you sound like a thoroughly irresponsible and very nasty individual. Probably take pride in your cat's genitals because your own are sub-standard.
If it works at all it is because of the smell.
When we got our Ruddy Abyssinian tom kitten Kronos everybody from the
breeder to the vet wanted to cut off his goodies. He'll spray, Abby
toms are too vicious to handle, he'll shred the house... Two years
later Kronos is the nicest sweetest, purringest lover. He has never
touched anything other than his scratching posts - not even the stereo
speakers. He has never sprayed in the house. He's got a great set of
He has a cat door. Sun up to sun down he rules the neighborhood. Come
dusk he returns and gets a gobbet of raw beef as a reward - cat candy.
No problem. We grow catnip in the garden. His shoulders are humped
A neighbor who kept her parakeet near her wndow had it die of fright, he
craps and sprays in all the gardens except ours, and 50 assorted smaller
things have been dragged into the house and eaten since January. A
couple of other toms have been shredded. If you don't spay your queen
Kronos will top her.
I can't see how castrating him will change any of that. All the rats
and mice are gone. General agreement is that he earns his keep. What a
Uncle Al Schwartz
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