Top 10 Reasons to Spay Your Cat

Spaying your cat . . . 

  • eliminates risk from cancer of the uterus or ovaries (because these are removed during the spay surgery).
  • eliminates life-threatening infection of the uterus.
  • decreases the risk of mammary cancer. When spayed before her first heat (which can be as young as four months), your cat has almost a 0% chance of mammary cancer. Cats that are not spayed have a 7 times great risk of developing mammary cancer.
  • decreases the risk of diabetes.
  • decreases aggression and biting behavior.
  • eliminates behavior that occurs during a heat cycle (which can happen 2-3 times per year).
  • eliminates health risks associated with pregnancy.
  • decreases roaming behavior.
  • decreases the risk of sexually transmitted disease. Yep, cats can get those, too.
  • prevents overpopulation! This is a biggie. There are still so many cats in need of loving homes. Remember -- don't litter, fix your critter!

 

 

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