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"If animals could speak, the dog would be a blundering outspoken fellow, but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a word too much"
Neutering male and female cats can make friendlier, more content cats and also helps to keep the cat population in check. It can be carried out from six months of age and is a routine surgical procedure, performed under general anaesthetic, only requiring a day stay in our clinic. In the case of female cats we advise that she be kept indoors for five to seven days, with a collar to prevent her licking the incision site. We advise that male cats be kept indoors for 48 hours.
You will receive full after-care information when you collect your cat and a date made for a post-op. check up. We also recommend feeding a bland diet of chicken/fish and rice for a few days afterwards and is available in the clinic.