1. I’m so glad I read this. I live in Florida and stole my neighbors cat. I really want it to feel calm and comfortable. My neighbors are Haitian and eat cats. This one was tied to a cinder block in there back yard with a rope. It was very distressed and it could see me and I gave it comforting sounds. It pulled the cider block up to the fence with all its might and I was able to grab it and cut it loose. When I went to let it run free it collapsed in my arm of exhaustion. I brought it inside and it was not hungry it was actual really full and had a huge belly. Since that moment three weeks ago this cat will not leave my side and I work from home. It is not very social and doesn’t like being held and only touched lightly with one hand but it will not leave my side. Needless to say I fell in love and we are inseparable. It doesn’t like affection but has to be so close to me it lays in my feet if I’m standing or sitting but darts off when I try to pet it much. Only small touches with one hand. Do you think the pheromones will help?

    1. First of all, congratulations on becoming a cat parent. This is the best decision for sure.

      Regarding your query, yes, most cats become nicer after being spayed.

      You should surely consult your vet once and they will guide you further.

      Happy cat parenting.

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