- Sep 19, 2006
- Glendale, CATifornia
Getting him neutered would be beneficial not only to him, but to the entire neighborhood. alleycat.org may have sources of help to suggest. Some communities still have free/low-cost spay/neuter vouchers. You might search that in your local area. I pray you can at least do this for him.My hubby doesn't want me to take Little Kitty to the vet. We already have 2 cats we are taking care of inside our house, and healthwise and everything else (which isn't cheap as everyone knows) and we can't afford a third cat. We wouldn't have chosen to get a third cat if it'd been our choice. I don't know. He doesn't want to "officially own" this cat. I don't blame him. I guess we're going to just keep feeding her/him. I don't know what else to do. The porch is comfortable and big and cushions on the furniture the kitty sleeps on and sheltered from the rain. I don't know.