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    Question Moving to a farm.


    I used to live in the city (cats lived there with me) but now im in a farm...in the middle of no where. Any warnings with a male Manx of mine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdavilav View Post
    I used to live in the city (cats lived there with me) but now im in a farm...in the middle of no where. Any warnings with a male Manx of mine?
    I have a male Manx that is neutered. He loves to be outdoors and in the yard, watching the birds and playing with the bugs. If we moved to a farm, I think he would be in heaven. If the cat is intact, it may wander off if there's another in heat...but other than that, I can't think of any negatives or warnings at all.

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    Depending on where you are, just be aware of the natural environment. Out in the country you're more likely to run across potential predators like hawks and coyotes, things of that nature. I would be wary and just try not to lose track of your kitty in all that space! I would love to live on a farm. You're lucky

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