Cats are naturally curious creatures, exploring new territories, looking for mates, comfort and food. Our free spirited felines decide for themselves if their home is up to scratch or go wandering for greener pastures.
Pet Specialist David Grant says “Neutering reduces aggression in tom cats by 80%. A simple approach initially is to let your cat out only when you are around and arm yourself with a water pistol. Most cats hate water and if you spray it near the other cat he will get the message. If both cats are neutered, be patient, don’t be surprised if they end up as friends”
Sometimes you have no idea who the intruder is, if they are neutered or not or even where they have come from. While it would be nice for our cats to make friends as opposed to enemies, it is our responsibility to keep them safe from harms way. Another sure way to keep you cat in and intruders out is a microchip cat flap. It works with your cats existing microchip essentially giving your cat his or her own key to their home. The is a smart solution that recognizes only family and lets them in leaving the intruder baffled at the cat flap. It also has an auto lock function to lock from the inside keeping your cat safely indoors when you want your kitty home.