Have you been wondering why there is so much hullabaloo about neutering cats?
What if I were to tell that according the humane society that the statistics for unwanted pets (which includes pups as well) is reaching a staggering 12 million animals PER YEAR that go without a loving home.
It’s a sad statistic, I know.
So many of us all love our pets to bits and yet what seems insignificant at the time can result in another litter of kittens being brought into the world without a thought for how there life is gonna turn out.
With a female cat being capable of producing a litter of to 8 kittens per litter and and also being able to have up to 3 litters per year that’s a staggering possible of 24 newborn kittie cats per year coming out of 1 female cat.
Something that is going to take it’s toll on your lovely cats health and not to mention you as the carer.
Could you handle over 2 dozen cats?
That’s why that neutering cats is so important and why there are so many strays left uncared for. If only more pet owners would see before hand that neutering cats is humane. It is better in the long run both for your cats health and to help with animal control issues.
And don’t think if you have a male cat that neutering cats is something you don’t have to worry about. It’s all the more reason to have him doctored that way.
Just think, while you may think it’s healthy for your cat being a male to go out on the ran-dan and have his wicked little way…what about all those poor kitties that’s left to carry a litter for the coming months.
While having a male cat means you don’t have to worry about pregnancy and stuff. There’s still the duty of care you have for other animals.
Think about this…
For every night or day that you let little cutesy Conan go out and do his usual, he could be out there bringing in another half dozen or so new pets into the world without anyone to look after and care for them, leaving them a life of…well…not looking very promising for them.
Help out animal control, prevent cruelty to animals and take neutering cats seriously… get it done through a veterinary clinic, and know your helping your cat for the long run.
If you are struggling to find the money to get the operation carried out… Contact your local animal shelter for advice and financial assistance. There’s a lot of help and support out there for to help the cause. All you need to do is ask for it.
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