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Castration and sterilization - cat behaviour change and health impacts

 

It is said that cats lose interest castrated tomcats life and become obese and sleepy. It is said that the female must wean a generation of baby even before being spayed. It also says that this operation reduces the risk of urolithiasis ... But it is not. So how is it?

Neutering the cat and cat sterilization, remove both health problems and behavior associated with the production of sex hormones and produces changes related to their absence. It is recommended that reason, castration of animals that have reached maturity and growth process is complete (if possible before the first heat), because sex hormones also have a role in the harmonious development of the animal.
Uncastrated cat behavior / sterilized:
Cats in heat "calls" tomcats with mieunaturi extend, do not eat very little during that period and in addition, the noise that makes it especially let us not sleep at night. And this happens at least twice a year! Male cats mark their territory (which makes it impossible to reuse objects marked!) And are aggressive.

Common health problems in cats uncastrated / sterilized:
Males urine composition and concentration changes during periods of sexual arousal (either as a "feel" a cat in heat, whether in the area is another cat, so a potential enemy). These changes increase the risk of urolithiasis - the formation and accumulation of stones that can not be removed from the bladder than in physician intervention by surgery (which involves castration cat!).

Sterilized females do not ever put at high risk of false lactation and breast and uterine cancer. And females are still puppies, but after the age of 3-4 years, likely to have difficult births (dystocia) and have various other issues - such as mastitis (inflammation of the teats).

 

The behavior of cats castrated / sterilized:
Cats neutered / sterilized, both males and females are calmer, more docile and sociable. Aggression and territoriality of males is significantly reduced. In addition, the worry that their cat eat, but freshly imported from Somalia, they will see the problem solved. Both cat and cat, assimilated much better food and eat more. Male cats lose their nocturnal mood of walking in search of adventure, and released cats no longer desperate callings in peace at night. Males do not sprinkle the walls and furniture. The danger of the cat to become "Kinder with surprises" is completely eliminated.

Health problems arising from castration / sterilization:
No one.

Operation:
Castration is an operation that, for any veterinarian, is already a routine. If males have sexual glands positioned outside the body, is a very easy operation that requires minimum care a few days. In cats, the surgery is more complicated, because of the ovaries in the abdomen, so inside the body. Postoperative care require all the attention his master, and consisted mostly of 24-hour supervision of 24 cat because it will tend to loosen and bandages and to lick in order to remove the wires.

If you do not want your cat to have puppies, or you want your cat to stop the bad habit of "flavor" every corner of the house, the decision to castrate / neuter Rating: is the correct one.