Reasons to Spay/Neuter Your Cat

Better Behaved

Spayed or neutered cats are better behaved. They will be less likely to roam, yowl, wail, bite, display aggressive behavior, or spray or mark their territory. Intact males will do just about anything they can to find mates, including escaping from your home, which puts them at risk of injury or fights with other males.

Better Health

Spaying a female cat, especially before the first heat, helps prevent uterine infections, uterine cancers, and breast cancer. Neutering male cats eliminates the chances of testicular cancer and lowers the risk of prostate problems. Typically, spayed and neutered pets live healthier, longer, and happier lives.

Prevent Unwanted Kittens

Spayed and neutered cats help to prevent overpopulation.