- OcimomLv 78 months ago
Maybe if its only been a short time since being spayed, but if she's been spayed for more then 6 months, then the males should not still go after her. Its a SLIM chance she could have had a piece of ovarian cells left that causes her to exhibit signs of heat that a male could mistake.
- 8 months ago
They shouldn't. Once she is fixed she no longer gives off the scent that lets other cats know she's ready to be bred with.
- J CLv 78 months ago
Not for breeding, but cats - even when neutered and spayed - can be very territorial, and any unneutered males in your area will chase her out of "their" territory. If you have a multi-cat household, and the males are neutered, they will not likely go after her at all.
- VerulamLv 78 months ago
Sometimes even a spayed cat (or dog) can give of a smell that attracts males. Assuming the vet has done his job correctly!! In dogs, the smell of inpacted anal glands will attract a male - might be similar with cats. Or with any other problem the female cat might have. Hopefully this won't happen.
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- PAMELALv 78 months ago
No, because she will not come into heat and give off the smell of wanting to mate.
- LônLv 78 months ago
No, they won't!
- nikki1234Lv 78 months ago
yes, male cats still react, even if castrated.
female cats react, even if neutered.
the instinct to be a cat is exciting to a cat.