Cats Protection – National Cat Adoption Centre are offering for you to have your cat neutered for FREE in October, if you live in the IP29,IP30,IP31, IP32 and IP33 postcode areas!
PLUS for OCTOBER ONLY they will also microchip your cat at no extra cost.
Terms and conditions may apply and cats will need to be at least 4 months old.
Please call 01284851055 if you are interested.
In conjunction with Moreton Hall Vets, Boldero Road, Moreton Hall, Bury St Edmunds, IP32 7BS
Cats Protection list a number of reasons why it’s important to get your cat neutered;
Neutered male cats
- will become less likely to roam (reducing the risk of being run over),
- less likely to fight, thus improving their chances of avoiding serious diseases, like feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) which are transmitted by cat bites and reproductive activity.
- Tend to not mark their territory with urine (spraying).
Spayed female cats
- can avoid unwanted pregnancies (It is NOT beneficial for a female cat to have a litter before spaying, this is a myth),
- won’t call and wail during their sexual cycle
- will be less likely to contract diseases spread by bites and reproductive activity.
Did you know…
- A female can produce a litter of up to 6 kittens.
- Kittens can reach sexual maturity as early as 4-5 months old.
- A female cat can fall pregnant again even if she is still feeding her first litter.
- The gestation period for female cats is just 9 weeks.
- Kittens born as a result of inter-breeding can be born with serious birth defects.
Cats recover very quickly from neutering operations but we’d recommend following your vet’s advice on how to look after your cat after its operation.
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