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Old September 29th, 2003, 04:25 PM
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Cats do have scent glands on their faces - this is why they rub their cheeks against objects when marking territory.

Since the vet checked teeth and ears, I would wait and see if the odour diminishes. After neutering, it takes large adult toms awhile to get rid of some of the secondary sex characteristics, although their urine may always be a bit musky.
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