One of the most unfortunate facts about animal welfare is that more kittens are born every year than good homes that take care of them. Therefore, most modern societies take precautions to ensure that unwanted kittens are not born. The most common preventative measure is spaying, but many cat owners don’t really understand the benefits of this practice.
Ovulation is just the process of male cats or female cat spas. In these operations, the cat is anesthetized and the reproductive organs (female ovaries and male testicles) are removed. These surgeries are regularly performed by veterinarians and the risks are low. Indeed, both female and male cats have many advantages.
Among females, uncontrolled cats can breed three to four times a year. Motherhood not only places high demands on the cat, but also shortens life expectancy. Plus, intact women tend to spray around your home and yard to promote themselves to potential mates. Nonetheless, these costs are a small price to avoid neutering your kitty, but most cat owners are surprised to find that evacuating kitties can also reduce their risk of genital cancer.
As for males, intact males search long distances for female mates. These male cats have a higher risk of injury and death from accidents or aggression by other cats and animals. In addition, the hangover can also mark his own spot on the urine, which can infiltrate your home with a strong and unpleasant odor.
In general, female and male cats should be neutered when they are about 6 months old. However, with the use of surgical techniques and safer anesthetics, many veterinarians will neuter cats when they are 8 weeks old. Not only does early spay surgery reduce the risk of female cats becoming pregnant before surgery, but there is no evidence that this type of surgery negatively impacts feline development later on.
Therefore, the question remains whether it is too late to neuter cats. Is there a certain amount of time to complete the operation to make the operation safe and effective? In fact, there is no maximum age limit for neutered cats. Even if you get an adult cat from an animal shelter, you can still safely and effectively neuter it. Both male and female cats can be spayed at any age, usually reducing or eliminating problematic behaviors such as spraying or fighting. Unfortunately, older male cats can display bad behavior even after neutering, so it is recommended that you neuter your cat by 6 months at the latest.