Do I need to Spay or Neuter My Cat?

Tips on why you should spay or neuter your cat.

Be sure to have your pet cat made sterile or sterilized by the time it is six months old. A spayed or neutered feline is a more sufficient pet since it is calmer, quieter and more likely to remain house.

Have your cat made sterile or neutered. Pet overpopulation is a growing trouble, with countless homeless cats and kittycats euthanized every year. The problem of too many kittycats and not enough houses, unfixed felines can have a wide variety of behavior problems. Males who are not sterilized at a young age commonly begin spraying to mark their territory, and ladies who are permitted to come into heat yowl incessantly as they attempt to run away to find a mate. Kittens can begin to reproduce as early as 4 months of age, so get your new kitty spayed or sterilized as quickly as possible.

Male cats are usually neutered between 5 and 8 months of age, before habits such as spraying urine are started. Physically, male cats neutered prior to puberty do not develop the large head and thick skin of intact males.

Cat neutering is a very simple procedure, where the veterinarian will remove the source of sex hormones and sperm cells, which are the testicles. The incisions are usually so small that stitches or sutures are not even needed. And, normally, the cat is sent home the very same day.

How Do I Prepare My Pet for Surgery?

Your veterinary clinic will provide pre-surgical advice that you should follow. Do not withhold water, it is fine for your feline friend to drink water before the procedure.

In general, avoid giving your cat any food after midnight the night before surgery. A kitten, however, needs adequate nutrition, and your veterinarian may advise that food not be withheld.

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