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Old 01-26-2012, 02:40 AM
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Alright, here's the deal. I adopted this male adult cat about 4 months back, he was very obedient to me even though it was just the first days i adopted him. He sits whenever i stop him from moving forward, and when i sent him to the vet, he just sits quietly on the vet's examining table even though it was an entirely stranger place for him. But one day, he slips out of my apartment without my notice--maybe out of curiosity or in search of female cats coz he's not neutered yet. So, what i learnt later is that my roguish juvenile neighbour would agitate my cat to fight his own cat whenever he came across my cat while my cat roamed outside and around my apartment. Consequently, when i managed to capture my cat back to my apartment a few days after he slipped out, he's no longer the same personality. He is no longer obedient to me, became very violent, and growls in a wild manner whenever he needs food, water or a place to poo. Even when i sent him to the vet subsequently, he was't controllable by the vets anymore---unlike the previous time---he tried to jump off the examining table whenever nobody is grabbing him, and will try to fight off anyone who tries to grab his neck. All in all, he became very aggressive and very wild.

So, how can i tame him back to his previous personality?
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Old 01-26-2012, 02:19 PM
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Alright, here's the deal. I adopted this male adult cat about 4 months back, he was very obedient to me even though it was just the first days i adopted him. He sits whenever i stop him from moving forward, and when i sent him to the vet, he just sits quietly on the vet's examining table even though it was an entirely stranger place for him. But one day, he slips out of my apartment without my notice--maybe out of curiosity or in search of female cats coz he's not neutered yet. So, what i learnt later is that my roguish juvenile neighbour would agitate my cat to fight his own cat whenever he came across my cat while my cat roamed outside and around my apartment. Consequently, when i managed to capture my cat back to my apartment a few days after he slipped out, he's no longer the same personality. He is no longer obedient to me, became very violent, and growls in a wild manner whenever he needs food, water or a place to poo. Even when i sent him to the vet subsequently, he was't controllable by the vets anymore---unlike the previous time---he tried to jump off the examining table whenever nobody is grabbing him, and will try to fight off anyone who tries to grab his neck. All in all, he became very aggressive and very wild.

So, how can i tame him back to his previous personality?
Neutered him
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Old 01-26-2012, 04:20 PM
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Yes, Neuter him. Probably the cause of him growling and doing violent thing because he can't go out to search for female cats to release himself. Most people will also call you to neuter him so go on. Neuter him yea. Good Luck :)
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Alright, latest updates. I've neutered my cat. But he is still quite violent. From other sources of what i heard, if he had been a stray before he got neutered, he would still maintain his violent personality after he got neutered. So, any suggestions on taming him back to his nice and in-violent nature?
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tire him out with toys. u need to spend more time playing with em im thinkin. tie something he would like to a string, pull the string around and let em chase it
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