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What age to get cats fixed

A cat that is less than 6 months old should not be fixed. This is because this is the lowest risk time to get an unaltered male to female kitten fixed because the risk of a pregnancy occurring around this age is very low. The risk of a pregnancy occurring at this time is estimated to be around 1%, whereas the risk of a pregnancy occurring at 6 months of age is estimated to be around 8%.

To get your cat fixed you need to book an appointment at a clinic.

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