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|Comment||The cats have already been introduced. My question was would my cats always trigger aggression in the 'feral' cat, even after neutering and how long does it take for testostrone to leave the system. I think the answer to the second question was 10 days? And to the first there was a rather vauge answer. I understand every cat and every situation is different, but I was hoping for more information regarding re-introduction (after neuter) to a previous trigger. Maybe it's just too individual a question. I was hoping for an answer from someone with a lot of feral experience. But I really do appreciate the time you took to answer. Thank you.|
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