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Medical Benefits of Neutering Your Cat

Un-neutered cat urine is horrendously smelly. It soaks into clothes, hair and furniture and is very difficult to remove with any cleaner.

Un-neutered cats spray this urine on walls, furniture and anything that stands still long enough in an effort to mark their territory.

Un-neutered cats fight other cats without hesitation, and catch infections such as Feline Leukemia Virus, FIV (a cat form of HIV) and Feline Infectious Peritonitis, which are all typically fatal. These diseases are also sexually transmitted,

Un-neutered cats roam miles away when they go outside, often getting hit by cars, finding mean dogs, or generally getting into trouble.

Un-neutered cats rarely live a full life span, due to fighting, disease or injury.

Why wouldn't you neuter your cat?