Build a Cat Enclosure
Male "tom" cats kept outside in cat an enclosure can get themselves into many problems unless you take the wise and advisable step of having your male feline neutered. Male cats usually by the time they are six or seven months old, generally begin seeking females. This however, though just the start can bring on a lot of problems since, when cats go out they get together with other cats that may have health problems and your tom cat could end up hurt or worse could become infected with a feline borne disease. Any wandering cat is susceptible to being infected with any number of diseases including rabies. In most cases, neutering really is the best option. Neutering not only takes care of the problem of your cat being aggressive towards and fighting with other male cats but it also will help your cat stay home a lot more, which mostly takes care of the problem of getting infected by stray cats. If you choose not to have your male neutered then be sure that during the time your male tom-cat is searching for female cats he is eating good qualityas this will help to reduce the possibilities of him suffering from malfunction.
As far as the urinary apparatus, male cats often have many more problems than female cats. This has to do with a lot of factors. Domestic cats tend to live longer if they are not permitted to go outdoors (reducing the risk of injury from fights or accidents) and if they are spayed or neutered. If you don't plan on keeping your cats locked up in thethen you should at least be sure to provide them with a good enclosure. Spaying and neutering a cat also decreases the risk of testicular and ovarian cancer. Female cats spayed before their first heat or litter also benefit from a reduced risk of mammary cancer.