Cat and kitten neutering FAQs

You’ve made a new furry addition to your family – fantastic! When your kitten is still so small and cute, it could be tough to imagine them with kittens of their own.

However, as your cat reaches sexual maturity between four to six months old, they could potentially have kittens whilst they are still kittens themselves! Therefore as a new pet owner, you’ll need to start thinking about cat neutering early on. Neutering felines means that your cat will avoid any unplanned pregnancies and it can also protect them from certain diseases.

quot1 The decision to neuter your cat is one of the most important choices you will make as a pet owner. The Purina PetCare Team are here to answer any questions you have. quot1

Spaying a cat

Neutering felines means that your cat will avoid any unplanned pregnancies and it can also protect them from certain diseases.

Neutering or spaying your cat doesn’t have to be a daunting decision. Our PetCare Team are here to tell you all you need to know about neutering, so that you can make a decision that’s best for you and your cat.

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If you’d like more information on Cat And Kitten Neutering or have any other queries, contact our PETCARE EXPERT TEAM