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What age do female cats get neutered

Female cats should be neutered between the ages of 4-6 months old. Males can be neutered up to their first heat between the ages of 6-9 months old.

How much does it cost?

Cost varies on type of animal, location, and size of animal.

Are there other costs?

Yes, there are additional costs for anesthesia, incision, and sutures.

How long does recovery take?

The time it takes to recover varies on the size of the animal and their breed. Small animals (10-40 pounds) will take about 48 hours to recover. Larger animals like dogs and cats will take about 2-4 weeks.

How long do I have to wait?

It depends on the animal, but it will usually be a minimum of 3 days and a maximum of 5 days before the animal can be returned home.

What is neutering surgery?

Neutering surgery on cats is called a “perineal” type of surgery. This means that part of the surgery is performed on the perineal area of the cat. The incision is made on the ventral surface, which is the underside of the animal. This incision is made in the area where the cat’s male “testes” are located.

What is the incision used for?

The incision is used to remove the testicles. This is the only incision in the procedure. The incision is made in the ventral (under side) of the animal.

What should I do with the cat after surgery?

The cat should not be allowed to roam freely for about a day. They may need to be kept in a small room for a few days.

Can the cat be kept on a leash or in a carrier?

Yes, the cat can be kept on a leash or in a carrier.

What should I do with the cat’s food and water?

After the animal has been neutered, they should be fed a high quality diet. The food should be available at all times. The water should be available at all times. If you are caring for a large number of cats, you may want to consider a water fountain.

What should I do with the cat’s litter box?

The cat should be allowed to use the litter box right after surgery. They should be able to use the litter box as normal.

Will the cat’s testicles change size after neutering?

No, the testicles will not change size. They may be slightly larger at first, but that will go away within a few weeks after surgery.

What is the recovery time for neutering?

The recovery time for neutering varies on the animal’s size and breed.

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