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What is the difference between male and female cats

In short, the difference is body shape and size.

Female cats have a wider chest, a sloping back and a shallower pelvis.

Male cats have a more angular face, a flatter back and a higher shoulder.

Female cats will have a wider head, a flatter face and a longer tail.

Female cats have a narrower waist and softer, rounded muscles.

Male cats have a more defined waist and stronger muscles.

Female cats tend to be shorter and more delicate, while male cats are taller and robust.

Female cats tend to be less aggressive and more affectionate.

Male cats are more territorial and may be more aggressive.

Male cats tend to have a more prominent tail.

Female cats tend to have a more prominent belly.

Both male and female cats have a similar lifespan but female cats tend to live longer.

Male cats are more likely to suffer from cancer than females.

Male cats tend to be more vocal than females and may have a higher pitched voice.

Male cats are more likely to be aggressive.

Male cats have a more prominent orangutang and less rounded ears.

Male cats tend to be more aggressive and territorial.

Male cats tend to be more vocal than females.

Female cats tend to be more affectionate.

Male cats may have more pronounced facial features and a more pronounced jaw.

Male cats tend to be more vocal and may have a higher pitched voice.

Why do female cats need to be spayed or neutered?

A female cat should be spayed or neutered to prevent the development of unwanted cats.

Female cats may develop mammary cancer, pyometra (an infection in the uterus), or uterine cancer.

Female cats that have not been spayed or neutered tend to have litter after litter.

Female cats shed more than male cats.

Female cats tend to be more affectionate and vocal than male cats.

Female cats tend to be more aggressive and territorial than male cats.

Female cats tend to have a more prominent belly than male cats.

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