A 9-month-old cat, presented for castration, lacked scrotal testes and a developed scrotum but had a normal penis. Normal testes were removed at celiotomy. The cat had a normal 38 XY karyotype. A 3-year-old cat, presented for cystotomy and urolith removal, had a vulva, a scrotum without testes and a 3-mm rudimentary penis. No castration scars were evident on the scrotum, and no testes could be located within the abdomen. Though a karyotype was not performed, it was presumed to be the normal 38 XY found in pseudohermaphrodites.