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What is neutering?
Neutering is the term used for the sterilisation of male cats. In female cats, this is called spaying, although sometimes neutering is used to refer to sterilising male or female animals..
It works by eliminating sex hormones in your cat. For male cats, their testicles are removed so they will no longer produce sperm which can fertilise the egg of a female cat, and therefore they are no longer able to reproduce. The operation is performed by a veterinarian
Ideally, you should have your kitten neutered at around puberty; in male cats, this is between six to 12 months old. Male cats tend to reach sexual maturity, and therefore begin looking for a mate, between seven and 12 months old. Neutering can be done successfully from as young as three months. Your vet will be able to advise you on the best time for your kitten.
The central benefit to having your kitten neutered is that it removes the possibility of having unwanted litters, which can be difficult to manage and send on to a good home. It also reduces the likelihood of your cat contracting or spreading an STI, as their desire to mate is reduced. Their desire to fight is similarly reduced, which may bring with it the benefit of a quieter and more peaceful home environment
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