There is no concept of family in cats. Therefore, they can even mate with their own male cat. Although they first instinctively protect and feed their offspring, the offspring stop taking care of them as soon as they are weaned. Therefore, cat sterilization operations are performed. Many animal lovers oppose this situation. However, it is proven by scientific studies that cat sterilization is a very healthy thing for cats.

Cats begin to show sexual symptoms that we call resentment after an average of 7 months of age. Female cats may have many anger depending on the season. Male cats have anger in every period of the year. There are difficulties with living in a house with an unfertilized cat. Female cats are more than normal and louder in the period of anger, as well as there is a desire to get out of the house. Male cats, in addition to loud myavision, can smell a urine smelling more than normal and can urinate to various areas within the home. Coughing has a protective effect against many diseases, as well as side effects such as obesity.

What are the benefits of sterilization?

In female cats: Unintended pregnancies are prevented, uterus inflammation (pyometra) can be prevented in the future and prevent false pregnancies. Early age sterilization is a very effective way to prevent breast cancers.

In male cats: Cats can show anti social behaviors when they reach maturity. This may be in the form of aggression and sexual behavior. It is necessary to prevent the cats from licking the operation zones. If you have any problems, please contact your veterinarian.

When should I sterilize my cat?

Cats can be neutered after 5 months. However, it is not scientifically proven that neutering at an earlier age has no harm to his body or has damaged his body. Female cats should not be neutered at the time of anger. The best time to neuter your cat can be easily determined by your veterinarian.