Sunday 12 October 2008

Is neutering young cats and kittens wrong

The answer is "No" to the question, "Is neutering young cats and kittens wrong". Neutering of cats means spaying female cats ( Ovariohysterectomy) and neutering male cats (castration).

The operations are best done when the cat is a kitten. The Cat Hospital of Chicago carries out operations at aged 3-6 months. Sometimes veterinarians carry out the operation on cats as young as 6 weeks. Research indicates that kittens suffer no more complications at this age than older cats and recover sooner. Neutering is the most important responsibility of the cat keeper in the light of the high feral cat population. Lets think of feral cats and the hard life they lead. The truth is they shouldn't be born.

Read and see more at this webpage:

Neutering cats

Is neutering young cats and kittens wrong to Home Page

No comments:

Post a Comment

Your comments are always welcome.

Featured Post

Tidy Cats Lightweight Litter: Reports It Is Dangerous

There are reports that Tidy Cats Lightweight Litter is dangerous to cats.  It just needs to be flagged up at this stage. There are countless...

Popular posts