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Neutering

A simple procedure to ensure that there are no unwanted pregnancies. In most cases the cat can be dropped off and picked up the same day and after a very short confinement they will, be able to return to a normal routine.

Female Cats become sexually active from an early age so it’s crucial that neutering is carried out from 4 months old. For males the process will stop them from “spraying” around your home something unneutered males do to mark out their territory and it leaves an unpleasant smell, It will also curtail his need to wander and keep him closer to home.

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