New research from the University of Sydney has found that that early-age desexing is on the increase in Australia. But the age of desexing needs to be bought forward from six months to four months to close a “pregnancy gap” and prevent unwanted litters.
As a charity, Cat Protection depends on community support to do our work. Our costs include professional care and advisory staff; veterinary expenses including health checks, desexing and any necessary treatments or surgery; vaccinations […]
Did you know that cat desexing reduces the risk of fighting, abscesses and disease, as well as many cancers? Desexing before 4 months prevents the development of unwanted behaviours like spraying and wandering. For their sake make sure your cat or kitten is desexed.