Friday, April 22, 2011

T is for Testosterone

Surprise, surprise...our neutered male cat has excessive testosterone. That explains some of his aggressive behavior of late. He gave my wife a fairly nasty bite on the arm today, and that's a first. He's due for an ultrasound on Monday to ferret out the physical source of the problem. Luckily for George, he is normally a sweetheart whom we wouldn't give up for anything. So we think if the vet can get his testosterone level down, we think he'll be okay.

Have you seen that TV ad asking men if they have "low T"? Maybe we could make some money selling off George's surplus.

6 comments:

anthony stemke said...

Thats funny about George because my daughter has 10 cats and if George showed up they would probably flee. Hers are kinda old and laid back and barely tolerate humans.

Karen Walker said...

Poor kitty. Hope he's okay. And thanks so much for your visit and comment on my blog. I agree with you about dialogue in fiction.
Karen

Murees Dupé said...

Hahaha! I hope your cat gets better soon. My cat is mean no matter what. She even bullies the dogs. But when she feels like being sweet she can be really adorable. Thank you so much for stopping by and following my blog. It is very nice to meet you.

Hold my hand: a social worker's blog said...

HAHAHA Poor George.

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Nate Wilson said...

Hmm, hadn't heard of the "low T." No wonder Mr. T was always so angry.

But seriously, best of luck getting your cat's levels down and him back to normal.

KjM said...

Poor Puss! Having gone through neutering, yet still have a T problem.

Worst of both worlds. I hope all turns out well in the coming week.

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