Why spay or neuter your cat ?

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Pals, that’s my serious face : tomorrow, it’s World Spay Day. And it’s some serious stuff.
Why spay or neuter your cat ?
Let’s say that a couple of cats, then their descendants, has two litters of 2 or 3 alive kittens every year. Here is how the feline population is quickly going to increase within 9 years :
Spay and neuter your pet
By spaying/neutering your cat, you reduce the number of abandoned animals, you avoid unwanted behavior as urinary marking, you save expenses at the veterinarian (tomcats often fight and can be hurt), and you increase the good health of your cat by reducing the risk of certain cancers as the cancer of testicles or uterine cancer.

Spread the word, speak about it !

We are spayed and neutered, what about you ?

22 thoughts on “Why spay or neuter your cat ?

  1. easy rider

    I hope a lot of peeps are good cat people and they use the offers of the vet clinic… and I wish I could grab some of the inmates of our village to read your post to them… maybe then they act before unwanted litter happen…

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  2. da tabbies o trout towne

    dood…we all joined de spay N neuter club long ago N itz helped uz main tane R cat nezz thiz manee yeerz later !!!!! grate info post two day ♥♥♥

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  3. Robin

    Spay and neuter is so important! Manna is already spayed and Dexter is soon to be neutered. 🙂 That is one of our big goals for March. Thank you for getting the word out there.

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