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Health and Hygiene Neutering & Spaying

Neutering & Spaying

There are a number of different reasons to neuter [males] or spay [females] your cat. Both are surgical procedures which will prevent your cat from reproducing.

Benefits of Neutering / Spaying

  • Increase your pets chances for a longer, healthier life
  • In females, it reduces their chances of developing mammary cancer and removes the risk of uterine and ovarian infections
  • In males, it removes the risk of testicular cancer and may prevent prostate related illness.
  • Will prevent your cat from roaming
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Will it hurt?

Both neutering and spaying procedures are carried out under general anesthetic, and is normally painless, straightforward and low risk. Your cat may experience some discomfort for a short time during recovery. Your vet is best positioned to answer any specific questions you may have.

When to Neuter / Spay?

It is widely recommended having your cat neutered (males) or spayed (females) between five to six months.

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