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    I have 2 cats-one male and 1 female. Both have been neutered. Every now and then, the male will get on top of the female. Sometimes, I can tell he is going to do it, cause he will make a certain noise. Does anyone else ever see this with your animals?

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    When we used to have cats (lots of 'em when our kids were little), we used to observe this with the cats & dogs. Female or male....it didn't matter! My Vet said it was a dominance thing & certain animals were trying to establish the pecking order. I had a female Siamese cat who was spayed, but she used to spray like a male cat (in the yard only, thank God) & a female dog who would hike her leg to "mark her territory." Sometimes I think when you spay or neuter an animal, they're not quite sure what their "role in the world is" LOL!
    "WHEN FASCISM COMES TO AMERICA IT WILL BE WRAPPED IN THE FLAG AND CARRYING A CROSS." -SINCLAIR LEWIS

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    • #3
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      Yep. My boy cat Trembley occasionaly tried to mount his littermate. She'd just lay there as if to say "What do you think you're doing?" Just bored with the whole thing. It was quite funny.

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      • #4
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        My tom gets on my stomach and kneads my tummy. He gets so intense and tries to pull my hand underneath him. After a little while, he lowers his hips and "does his thing"...if you know what I mean. then he licks himself off. It's kind of funny, but I thought neutered animals didn't get that urge anymore. He doesn't react when he is around a cat in heat. Hmmmm Maybe he likes me a whole lot.

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        • #5
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          Never had cats, but dogs do the same thing. We had 3 shihtzus.....female and male, brother and sister. Female had one litter of puppies - not to our male, her brother - that is a no no, as he was fixed - and we kept one and then got her spayed - good experience for the kids when they were young - whatever.......hence 3 dogs. So the "baby" would "try to" hump his mother -- after he was fixed!!!!! She would stand there and just look like "what is he "trying" to do"??????? Then she would get mad at him and that was the end.

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          • #6
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            I havent noticed this with my cats yet, but I have 2 neutered female dogs who are severly confused. The smaller one tries to hump the larger one. And the larger one only wants to hump my couch. I asked the vet about it years ago and he too said it was a dominance issue, not a sexual one. Dont know why my retriever wants to dominate my couch?

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            • #7
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              That's funny--glad my cat isn't the only one. Sometimes, Snickers, the female, will meow and other times she just sits there like you all said--like what the heck you think you are doing.

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              • #8
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                Animals are funny that way.
                Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end.

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                • #9
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                  Funny story...
                  When we had out Tucker (german shepard), when ever we went away we would board him. This one time he came home HUMPING everything in sight and we couldnt figure out why!!! He had been fixed for YEARS, and had NEVER acted like this...so I took him back to the vet (where we boarded him), and said "What the he-l did you do to my dog? He's humping everything in sight!" the vet takes out Tuckers chart and as he writes says outloud "No more doggy porn for Tucker!!!"

                  I was FLOORED. I laughed so hard, then said "NO! REALLY!" he then said I dont know why. Maybe he'll stop in a day or two...

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                  • #10
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                    My DS's GF has a shitzu who is neutered but still humps everything in sight. One time he even pulled a muscle!

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                    • #11
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                      Our neutered cat humps the afghan all the time. He gets this look and you know just what he's going to do next. My son googled 'neutered cats humping' and sure enough it's a dominance thing. Now my son wants to know why he wants to have control over the aghan!!!!!!!!!

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