Jodie was spayed last November which has made a considerable difference to her behaviour. She is much more relaxed in general now since she cannot suffer all the hormonal problems that go with phantom pregnancies. She was in the ‘wars’ in December when she ran into a wire fence whilst chasing a rabbit and ripped the top of a front leg open which required surgery and she has caused us a scare on two occasions when running a high temperature, going off her food and becoming listless. Despite blood tests and scans nothing obvious has come to the fore so we are beginning to wonder whether it is something to do with the revolting carrion she will scavenge and consume if you are not quick enough to spot her. Fortunately when caught she will usually swop and drop her trophy for a tasty liver treat!