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What age does a cat get neutered
Male cats are neutered at 8-10 weeks of age, while female cats are neutered between 6-8 months of age.
Why is neutering important?
Neutering your cat will help to reduce the number of cats being killed as strays and to reduce the number of cats that are homeless and in shelters.
Will my cat tell me if he has been neutered?
No. Most cats are reluctant to let their mothers know that they've been neutered.
What are the advantages of neutering my cat?
How much does it cost?
The cost for neutering your cat depends on the age at which your cat is neutered.
What is the most cost-effective way to neuter my cat?
Every cat is an individual and so the most cost-effective way to neuter your cat will depend on your own circumstances. The decision will be yours, and should take into account what is best for your cat's welfare.
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What are the risks of neutering?
Neutering can be an important part of your cat's health care. But it is important to remember that neutering your cat is not an alternative to other forms of veterinary care.
What are the risks of not neutering my cat?
Over time, neutering may be important in helping to prevent the development of certain types of cancer. However, there is no evidence that neutering has any effect on the risk of developing cancer in cats.
What are the risks of neutering my cat?
How long will the procedure take?
The procedure usually takes around 15 minutes and is usually performed under a general anesthetic.
How painful is neutering?
The area is numbed with a local anesthetic so the cat hardly feels a thing.
Are there side effects from neutering?
There are no side effects from neutering.
How long does my cat need to stay in hospital?
Your cat will need to stay in hospital for a minimum of 24 hours. It is important that he is checked after the operation to make sure that there are no complications.
What do I do if my cat is not neutered?
If your cat is not neutered, he may produce too many kittens. This can lead to a very high population of unwanted kittens, which can have a serious effect on the cat's health and can even lead to death.
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