Neutering is typically done around 4-6 months of age. Consult your vet for the best timing for your kitten.
Neutering helps control the cat population, reduces health risks, and prevents certain behavior problems.
Yes, neutering is generally safe, but discuss any concerns with your veterinarian.
The procedure involves the removal of the reproductive organs. It's done under anesthesia by a vet.
Your kitten may need some time to recover. Provide a quiet and comfortable space for them.
Monitor your kitten for any signs of infection or discomfort. Follow your vet's post-op instructions.
Neutering contributes to a healthier, happier kitten. It's a responsible choice for every cat owner.