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Old 12-18-2012, 08:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default what do you think are worse cat wise?

2 males or 2 females? or male and female? or does it matter?
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Old 12-18-2012, 08:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I've never had two cats at once..but my male is ferocious. He's hateful.
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the worst i ever had was female on female cat fights but those were in the house the worst i saw outdoors where always male on male cat fights were cats actually almost killed each other so im not sure

is your male aggressive to outdoor cats or just your dog? lol

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I've never had female cats LOL ... my mom has a female and my sister has two females and they are nasty creatures.

I've always had male cats (7 over the years) and they have all been love bugs.

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Old 12-18-2012, 08:14 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I found female dogs much more nasty than males when it comes to actually trying to kill tear each other up but i am not sure about female cats, i prefer female dogs by far but i admit that having a second dominant female breed (gsd) is not an option unless you want to keep them away from each other.

Cats I was not sure about.
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I have two male cats, not related but they're bonded very closely like brothers. They have never had a serious fight, both have their claws intact as well. They're two weeks apart in age (brought home seperately two weeks apart) and were neutered at six months on the same day.

Both of my sisters have a female cat, littermates and they lived together until they were about 1.5 and those two cats have had so many fights it's not funny. Both were spayed on the same day at 6 months, and thankfully they're both declawed or I'm sure both would be carrying some nasty scars

Needless to say once my two are gone I'm going back to just one. I've been really fortunate with my two but I'm not risking any cat fights
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I've had luck with all sex combinations. When my husband and I were dating he had 3 neutered males and I've had more than one of each sex with no problem.I think it depends on the cats. If you do get males, make sure that they are eventually neutered because fighting between tomcats is inevitable.
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My MIL has 3 cats, two females and 1 male. The one female hates the other female, and the male is neutral with the females. Honestly, I think they'd all prefer to be in one-cat households.
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It depends on the individual cats.
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Old 12-18-2012, 08:56 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I have three female cats.

One is really moody, but she was the only animal for 7 years.. So she's had to adjust a lot, lol.

My other two are adorable together and so sweet.

My male cat I had a few years back was sweet also. Just depends on the cat.


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