(And...key to this story...he's a male and the other two are females)
Now I need to tell you that all of our cats are "fixed". Neutered. De-cojoned.
But Smoke. Smoke. What the hell happened with Smoke?
Recently, he has begun to feel the impulses of Springtime in Arizona.
SWMBO noticed it first because it happened as she was lying on the bed with Smoke and Muggles.
Suddenly, Smoke gave a couple or three little chirps and then leaped, without any further warning, on Muggles. He wrapped his front paws around her and began nibbling on the back of her neck.
I think you cat people know what comes next.
But it didn't.
Because SWMBO yelled, threw something and chased Smoke out of the room and soon out of the house.
This has now happened several times in the past week and SWMBO is getting a bit more than a little tired of it.
The other day, Smoke was lying on the bed next to SWMBO when the tell-tale chirps began.
Considering that SWMBO is NOT a female cat, she promptly threw Smoke out of the house.
1. He's an animal.
2. It's springtime.
3. He feels urges.
4. He apparently doesn't know he can't do anything about it.
5. But . . . what's a guy to do???