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Old 23 Jan 20, 06:28 PM  
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Thanks all, heís well and truly neutered as heís 13years old, he had his teeth done last year so all ok there although his breath smells and he cleans himself so it could be that, heís also checked every year at vets so his health is good too.
We noticed he smelt more now since losing our other moggie, she was a right baby and loved her cuddles while he was always quite aloof, now since her passing he seems to like getting pets & cuddles but only on his terms still and thatís when weíve noticed how smelly he can be .
Was thinking of giving him a bath but he would rip us to shreds as he can also be a bit wild, heís a hunter too so itís maybe where he is going to hunt thatís smelly and the smell stays on him.
Heís got his boosters coming up in the next couple of weeks so will see what if vet recommends anything.
I think heís just gonna be a big smelly cat , but we still love him
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