You may ask yourself the question, “When should I declaw and neuter a cat or kitten?” The answer is that it depends on your lifestyle. If you want to keep a pet as a companion for life, then you will need to think about keeping your cat indoors. If this is not possible because of where you live or work, then plan on having him neutered at an early age so he does not have kittens before his hormones have stabilized. In this case, unless there are medical reasons proscribed by your veterinarian, do not allow your male cat to develop into an adult male since sex hormones can cause serious health problems later in life if they are present throughout their lives. You will also need to take steps now to prevent future pregnancies – either spay or neuter your pets – since without them cats and dogs continue at risk for reproductive cancers only after their first heat cycle which occurs between five months and six years of age (depending upon the breed). Cats who go past their first heat cycle become fertile again when they reach two years old; females begin ovulating again at four years old; while males become fertile once more when they reach seven years of age (again depending upon breeds).
How often should my male kitten be neutered?
Neutering cats involves surgically removing both testicles with no recovery time required afterwards; however some veterinarians recommend leaving one testicle behind (called “single site surgery”) because it