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What is a good age to neuter a cat

Is it possible to neuter a cat?

What is an intact cat?

Why do I want to neuter my cat?

What problems can neuter a cat?

How do I neuter a cat?

How much does it cost to neuter a cat?

What happens after the surgery?

How long does it take to repair a cat's broken tail?

Why does my cat scratch?

What types of scratching does my cat do?

How much should I spend on a cat?

How can I help my cat if he/she is scared?

Can I get my cat spayed or neutered at the shelter?

What are the benefits of neutering a cat?

A cat that has not been spayed or neutered is known as an intact cat. The term intact cat refers to the type of cat that has not had a urinary or reproductive system altered. The intact cat is the most common type of cat, accounting for nearly 90 percent of cats. The intact cat is the most common type of cat, accounting for nearly 90 percent of cats.

Yes. In fact, neutering or spaying is the most common surgery performed on domestic cats in the United States and is recommended by the American Association of Feline Practitioners. It is possible to neuter a male cat and spay a female cat.

An intact cat is a male or female cat that has not been spayed or neutered.

Neutering a cat reduces the number of unwanted kittens that are born. Neutering also eliminates the risk of certain diseases. Neutering your cat will reduce the stress on the cat, and make him or her more content. It will also reduce the risk of other cats in the neighborhood being injured by your cat's roaming and fighting. Neutering will make it easier to find your cat if he or she wanders away.

Neutering a cat will reduce the number of unwanted kittens that are born. Neutering also eliminates the risk of certain diseases. Your cat will be less likely to roam around, and may be more content. Neutering your cat will reduce the stress on the cat, and make him or her more content. It will also reduce the risk of other cats in the neighborhood being injured by your cat's roaming and fighting. Neutering will make it easier to find your cat if he or she wanders away.

Neuter surgery is performed under a general anesthetic.

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The eartip not only allows people to tell from a distance if a cat has been spayed or neutered; it also saves the cat the stress of being trapped, transported, and anesthetized a second time, or more Read more

Raissa, your cat is a good age to go ahead and get neutered! Most experts believe the best time to spay or neter a cat is at six months of age. However, I have heard of healthy female kitties being spayed as young as three months of age. His behavior will also be modified when neutered as he won't still be lookig for a mate, spraying his scent to mark his territory, etc. Read more

And the average cat spaying can be anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes. And then here, I like to put buried sutures in my spays so that you don't have to bring your cat back to stress them out so that we have to take those sutures out later. Those sutures dissolve under the skin in about two to three months. And there's generally a minimal scar there. Read more

I took Izzie to the vet yesterday for shots. The vet recommends getting her spayed at four months...sounds a bit young to me. I've done some reading on how early spaying can lead to increased bone growth. At what age would you guys recommend? Read more

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