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What age can you neuter a male cat
Why does my cat lick its butt?
I have a 2 year old male cat and he is starting to pee on the floor and eat his poop. Any suggestions?
If your cat is older than 3-4 years old, he can be neutered. If he is younger than 3 years, he will still have a normal, healthy life, and it is recommended that he be spayed.
Why is my cat licking its butt?
My kitten is shaking like it has fleas and I have checked the house and there are no fleas. Any ideas?
Why does my cat urinate on his bed?
My cat has had a breast cyst for almost a year. He has a lump on his neck and the lump is getting bigger. Should I take him to the vet?
My cat keeps licking her privates. She is a year old and very healthy. She is not pregnant. Should I take her to the vet?
My cat is almost 4 years old, he is eating and drinking fine, and is in good health. He has a bath once a month, he is on a good diet, and he sees the vet every year. But every since he was a kitten and his sister died, he has been drinking and eating a lot and has become overweight. He is still a very playful cat, and very affectionate. I need help! What can I do?
My cat is a male, 1 year old. He is still very playful, but he is not as active as he use to be. He is not sick, but he seems to be lazy. What can I do?
My cat is a male, 1 year old. He is still very playful, but he is not as active as he use to be.
Cat spays are done under general anesthetic so that the cat does not feel anything, of course. We do the cat spays aseptically to make sure the cat won't get any infections. A spay is done by making an incision into the abdomen and removing the ovaries and the uterus, closing it up surgically, and then recovering and using some... Read more
Disease, Unwanted kittens (if your cat is not spayed), antifreeze, slug bait, dogs, cars. Read more
Age Makes a Difference. Kittens require more food per pound of body weight to support their growth than do adult cats, and therefore should be fed more often throughout the day. "Growing kittens up to six months of age may require three meals a day," says Francis Kallfelz, DVM, Ph.D., board certified by the American College of Veterinary Nutrition and James Law Professor Emeritus of nutrition at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. "From age six months to maturity, most cats will do well when fed two times a day." Once the cat becomes an adult, at about one year, feeding once or twice... Read more
Early-age gonadectomy is usually done at the age of 8-16 weeks. Until recently, the generally accepted age in veterinary practice for animal spay has been 6-8 months. There is no scientific justification for this; it is just generally accepted. Cat owners fear that it may be detrimental to the health animals, or that anesthesia administered during such a procedure might be deadly for young kitties. This is largely believed because cat owners are intimidated by myths. Under US law, animal shelters must transfer spayed/neutered animals to new owners. It’s no secret that small kittens are more probable to find a... Read more
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