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What age should cats get neutered

Male cats should be neutered between 6 months and a year of age, while female cats can be spayed as early as 4 months old.

How do I find a good place that spays/neuters?

You may want to check with your local animal shelter for other options, including low-cost spay/neuter clinics.

If you don’t have a local shelter, the Humane Society can help you find one in your area.

How much does it cost to spay or neuter my cat?

The cost of spaying or neutering your cat depends on several factors. The cost will vary greatly depending on whether you get a subsidized spay or neuter, or if you pay full price. Some veterinary clinics also offer discounts on spaying or neutering, which can make it even cheaper.

What do I need to do to make my cat healthier?

Spaying and neutering are the only way to make sure your cat is healthy.

Spaying or neutering your cat will prevent up to 90 percent of all cases of pyometra.

If your cat gets another pyometra, you can take steps to prevent it from happening again.

Spaying or neutering your cat will prevent up to 90 percent of all cases of pyometra. If your cat gets another pyometra, you can take steps to prevent it from happening again. Spaying or neutering your cat will help control the pet population, which means that fewer animals will be born to be placed in shelters.

Spaying or neutering your cat will prevent up to 90 percent of all cases of pyometra. If your cat gets another pyometra, you can take steps to prevent it from happening again.

Spaying or neutering your cat will help control the pet population, which means that fewer animals will be born to be placed in shelters.

Can we neuter a kitten?

Kittens can be neutered from 6 weeks old.

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