An unneutered/intact male cat is called a 'Tom' or 'Tomcat'.
A male cat is called a tom-cat; an intact female cat used for breeding is called a queen.
An intact (not neutered) male cat is a Tom and an intact female cat is a Queen.
The intact male Rabbit is called a Buck.
Intact male donkeys are called Jacks.
An intact male goat is called a buck.
An intact (not neutered) male cat is called a Tom. There is no separate name for cats who have fathered kittens, as male cats do not help bring up their offspring.
An intact male swine is called a boar (is a bore)
An intact male pig, or a pig that has not been castrated, is called a "boar." A male pig that is not intact, or has been castrated, is called a "hog."
An un-castrated or un-neutered male cat is known as being intact. In other words, they still have their testicles which enable them to breed female cats.
Yes, but it is not as pungent as an intact male cat's spray.
A male rat is called a buck.
A male cat is called a Tom.
An intact male ferret is called a hob. An unspayed female is called a jill. A neutered male is a gib. A spayed female is a sprite.
A male cat is called a Tom cat.
a male cat is called a tom and a female cat is called a queen
A male cat is called a tom and a female cat is called a molly.
A cat that is female not male.A female cat is called a "Queen" and a male cat is called a "Tom".
An intact male sheep is called a Ram, a castrated male is called a Wether.