He shouldn't because she will never go into heat.
This happens occasionally. Yes only sometimes though.
He is an unfixed male tom and is getting the scent of a female.
A cat can be male or female A female cat is known as a she cat. A male cat is known as a tom cat.
a male cat is known as 'Punai' in Tamil
Male cats have anal glands that can get clogged, especially if the cat has not been neutered. A Vet can "express" the clog, which will make the cat less odoriferous (smelly). However, you should get the cat neutered, because the smell will lessen and likely not occur again. It can reoccur in an unfixed male cat.Note: Same is true for male dogs.
i have a male dog and he already got fixed. He can't get unfixed so with a female dog, probably not.
Your cat will need a scratching post and a litter box. If it is a male cat, fixed or unfixed, it may mark its new territory with urine. I have even seen a few female cats do this if no males are around to be the top cat, but products are available to remove the smell.
Male unfixed cats will attack. They also can kill kittens.
A stallion is a male horse. There are only female and male horse. Colt- unfixed male horse under 2 Stallion-unfixed male horse over 2 Gelding- a fixed male horse Mare-female horse over 2 Filly-female horse under the age of two
They can get pregnet as many times as the male wants (unfixed)
It depends on the cat you have. Is your cat friendly or agressive? If friendly they should do well. Are their two unfixed male cats? They might fight! If you have a male and a female you might get kittens. I suggest you always spay or nueter your cats. The neighborhood cats temerments count too.
the female cat leaves a scent and the male cat can smell it and [if it is unfixed] will follow and try to mate with the female cat. Musk glands and pheromones attract males to females and vice versa. It stimulates a sexual response an lets the male of the species know that the female is in heat and ready for mating. The female produces estrogen that can be detected for long distances.
Strictly from a population standpoint it still makes a difference. Most cats maintain a territory, they can overlap but they will defend the area they live in. If a male is defending a territory and is unfixed he will try to impregnate every available female. If he is fixed he will still run off other males but be unable to mate.
A male cat would be called a "gato". A female cat is a "gata". Several cats of mixed gender would be known as "gatos". Kittens are known as "gatitos".
Probably yes. Male Bobcats have been known to impregnate female domestics.
This type of cat is known as a calico cat. The vast majority of calico cats are female.
A male cat is called a Tom cat.
calico just like a girl A "gib" .
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.
a male cat is a girl
No. It is not possible for a male cat to have kittens. In order to have kittens a cat must have a uterus and male cats do not have a uterus. If your male cat is having kittens, it is not a male, it is a female.
A male cat is traditionally called a "tom cat".