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#1 Catladyling


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Posted 06 May 2017 - 08:15 PM

Hi just seeing if any one knows of not to expensive desexing for a cat, I have a male whose only 1 and always getting in severe fights with a cat who just moved in across the road
This other cat always comes onto my property and stirs my cat n poor thing comes back brutally bleeding everywhere
Help pls

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Posted 07 May 2017 - 08:01 AM

Your cat needs to be kept indoors until desexed - and for up to 10 weeks after as they're still fertile during that time.

He shouldn't be let out to contribute to the over population of moggies.

It's much safer and responsible to cat proof the yard or build/buy an enclosure for outdoor time.

He should have been desexed at 12 weeks of age, one of the basic expenses of keeping a kitten.

National desexing network may offer a discount or put you in touch with others who can help

He will also need to be tested for FIV and FelV since he's been allowed out entire to mate & fight with other potentially diseased cats.

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