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What age can you neuter a cat

Cat neuter surgery is performed at any age. The first step in scheduling a neuter is to schedule an appointment. During this appointment, the cat's health and behavior will be evaluated.

The veterinarian will then be able to determine if it is safe to neuter the cat. If the cat is asymptomatic and healthy, then it is safe to neuter the cat. For some cats, the recommendation is to wait until the cat is at least 6 months of age.

Can a cat have a cat neuter surgery in the same facility?

Yes. We do, however, do not recommend it. We do not recommend that the cat be kept in a cage in the same facility. It is more stressful for the cat. Cats should have a separate room for their cage.

Can a cat have a cat neuter surgery in the same hospital?

Yes. We do, however, do not recommend it. We do not recommend that the cat be kept in a cage in the same hospital. It is more stressful for the cat. Cats should have a separate room for their cage.

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