Can male cats be castrated? – can male cats never be sterilized

       The estrus season of male cats is relatively long (about 5-6 times a year). If it is not sterilized, the owner should find a healthy female cat for him every time. Moreover, the physiological period can’t be changed. It’s very painful for the cat, and it’s easy to get urinary diseases. At the same time, during the estrus period, it’s also irritable, easy to jump out of a building, or run away from home. It’s really painful for cats not to be sterilized.

       External sterilization is really good for cats. It can eliminate the symptoms of oestrus. The mood of cats will be more stable, they will not bark, they will not urinate everywhere, and they will not always want to run outside. At the same time, it will increase the cat’s appetite, more adapt to family life, avoid estrus consumption and prolong life.

       First of all, we can not do sterilization, but we can also understand the advantages and disadvantages of not doing sterilization.

       It’s a pity that many cat lovers have lost their love to cats. In fact, to solve this problem is very simple, as long as the cat is sterilized.

       Many people worry that after sterilization, cats will lose their original character and will no longer be as cute as before. However, in fact, sterilization has little effect on cat behavior. After sterilization, the cat will reduce the incidence rate of breast cancer and ovarian swelling, and it will be more healthy and longevity.

       We also advocate sterilizing cats because they are so fertile. Adult female cats can give birth to four children a year. The number of cats will increase step by step according to the average birth rate of four. This will directly lead to the increase of stray cats, which will lead to poor living environment and disturbing residents.

       The following reasons are summarized

       1. The estrus of the uninfected cats disturbed the people;

       2. Uninfected male cats urinate at home;

       3. It is easy for uninfected cats to get lost;

       4. The incidence of gynecological diseases in non sterilized cats is high;

       5. Unrestricted reproduction has led to the increase of stray cats, which has become a social problem.

       Sterilization Q & A

       Q: What are the benefits of sterilization?

       A: 1. It can reduce the occurrence of diseases. Cats can cause many diseases because of estrus and childbirth.

       For male cats, it can avoid the problems of androgen tumor and prostate hypertrophy caused by estrus. In addition, frequent estrus male cats are most likely to have urinary tract obstruction, because there are secretions blocked, sterilization surgery can fundamentally solve this problem.

       For female cats, high estrus frequency can cause ovarian cysts, and the cats who have given birth will have problems such as pus accumulation, tumor, ovarian tumor and fibroids. Sterilizing cats can fundamentally reduce the health risks of cats, which is good for health.

       2. After sterilization, cats will not be infected with sexually transmitted diseases, such as feline sexuality.

       3. Let the cat get rid of the tension, irritability and loss of appetite caused by estrus, and restore the original lively nature. For male cats, they will get rid of the habit of venting.

       4. Avoid breeding blindly and control the number of stray cats.

       5. Improve environmental quality (is an important part of environmental protection! )

       Q: What is sterilization?

       A: Surgical removal of the ovaries of the female, the female, or the male, to make it impossible to reproduce again.

       Q: When is sterilization better?

       A: It is better to carry out sterilization operation at the age of 6-8 months after physiological maturity. Male cats can be earlier.

       Q: How long does sterilization take? Hospitalization or not?

       A: It takes about 40 minutes for females and 10 minutes for males. Generally, there is no need to be hospitalized and can go home to recuperate after operation.

       Q: How long after operation can return to normal?

       A: Male cats can recover on the same day after surgery. The mother’s recovery period is about 2-3 days, and then she can live normally as usual.

       Q what will happen to the animals after sterilization?

       A: 1. After sterilization, the cat will become active. It will be out of the irritability, tension out of the mood, back to the previous naive, happy state. 2. The cat will no longer be lost due to oestrus and disturb the people, avoiding the double pain of the owner and the cat. 3. Because life is easy, no worries, the cat will be slightly fat.

       Q: How to care for sterilized cats

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       Before operation:

       1. Vaccinate cats before operation.

       2. Fasting for 12 hours and water for 8 hours before operation.

       3. Make sure you are in good health. Try not to operate during estrus.

       After operation:

       1. Lay the cat on its back in an open place with cloth mat and towel. Try not to have high objects to prevent the cat from jumping high and pulling the wound.

       2. Before the cat wakes up, drop a few drops of eye drops every half an hour to prevent the cat’s eyes from dry and wrinkled. You can also close the cat’s eyes manually.

       3. After operation, the cat will have 1-2 times of incontinence, which can be padded with toilet paper, plastic cloth and other water-absorbing and waterproof objects, and should be cleaned in time to avoid polluting the rest environment. Occasionally there is vomiting.

       4. It is normal for female cats to have anorexia 2-3 days after operation. Do some of the cat’s favorite food lure food, pay attention not to force the cat to eat, if not drinking water, you can use a small syringe, put some water into the cat’s mouth.

       5. Don’t take off the operation clothes of female cats after operation, otherwise the infection rate will increase. If the operation clothes have the phenomenon of off-line, they should be cut off immediately to prevent the cat from swallowing or tearing.

       6. The catgut was removed 7 days after operation. You can take out the stitches at home, and the whole process should be fast and accurate to reduce the cat’s fright. Steps: 1. Put Elizabethan collar on the cat; (2) wear gloves and hold the cat’s forelimb and hind limb tightly; (3) disinfect hands and appliances with alcohol and sterilize the cat’s wound in a large scale; (4) use pointed scissors (such as eyebrow trimmers) to pick up the ends of the thread, quickly cut and pull away; (5) disinfect again.

       7. After removing the thread, take close care of the cat to prevent the wound from cracking. If the wound is swollen, purulent and seeping, contact your pet doctor in time.

       First of all, we can not do sterilization, but we can also understand the advantages and disadvantages of not doing sterilization.

       It’s a pity that many cat lovers have lost their love to cats. In fact, to solve this problem is very simple, as long as the cat is sterilized.

       Many people worry that after sterilization, cats will lose their original character and will no longer be as cute as before. However, in fact, sterilization has little effect on cat behavior. After sterilization, the cat will reduce the incidence rate of breast cancer and ovarian swelling, and it will be more healthy and longevity.

       We also advocate sterilizing cats because they are so fertile. Adult female cats can give birth to four children a year. The number of cats will increase step by step according to the average birth rate of four. This will directly lead to the increase of stray cats and lead to problems such as poor living environment and disturbing residents.

       The following reasons are summarized

       1. The estrus of the uninfected cats disturbed the people;

       2. Uninfected male cats urinate at home;

       3. It is easy for uninfected cats to get lost;

       4. The incidence of gynecological diseases in non sterilized cats is high;

       5. Unrestricted reproduction has led to the increase of stray cats, which has become a social problem.

       Sterilization Q & A

       Q: What are the benefits of sterilization?

       A: 1. It can reduce the occurrence of diseases. Cats can cause many diseases because of estrus and childbirth.

       For male cats, it can avoid the problems of androgen tumor and prostate hypertrophy caused by estrus. In addition, frequent estrus male cats are most likely to have urinary tract obstruction, because there are secretions blocked, sterilization surgery can fundamentally solve this problem.

       For female cats, high estrus frequency can cause ovarian cysts, and the cats who have given birth will have problems such as pus accumulation, tumor, ovarian tumor and fibroids. Sterilizing cats can fundamentally reduce the health risks of cats, which is good for health.

       2. After sterilization, cats will not be infected with sexually transmitted diseases, such as feline sexuality.

       3. Let the cat get rid of the tension, irritability and loss of appetite caused by estrus, and restore the original lively nature. For male cats, they will get rid of the habit of venting.

       4. Avoid breeding blindly and control the number of stray cats.

       5. Improve environmental quality (is an important part of environmental protection! )

       Q: What is sterilization?

       A: Surgical removal of the ovaries of the female, the female, or the male, to make it impossible to reproduce again.

       Q: When is sterilization better?

       A: It is better to carry out sterilization operation at the age of 6-8 months after physiological maturity. Male cats can be earlier.

       Q: How long does sterilization take? Hospitalization or not?

       A: It takes about 40 minutes for females and 10 minutes for males. Generally, there is no need to be hospitalized and can go home to recuperate after operation.

       Q: How long after operation can return to normal?

       A: Male cats can recover on the same day after surgery. The recovery period of the female cat is about 2-3 days, and then she can be born normally as usual.

       Q what will happen to the animals after sterilization?

       A: 1. After sterilization, the cat will become active. It will be out of the irritability, tension out of the mood, back to the previous naive, happy state. 2. The cat will no longer be lost due to oestrus and disturb the people, avoiding the double pain of the owner and the cat. 3. Because life is easy, no worries, the cat will be slightly fat.

       Q: How to care for sterilized cats

       A£º

       Before operation:

       1. Vaccinate cats before operation.

       2. Fasting for 12 hours and water for 8 hours before operation.

       3. Make sure you are in good health. Try not to operate during estrus.

       After operation:

       1. Lay the cat on its back in an open place with cloth mat and towel. Try not to have high objects to prevent the cat from jumping high and pulling the wound.

       2. Before the cat wakes up, drop a few drops of eye drops every half an hour to prevent the cat’s eyes from dry and wrinkled. You can also close the cat’s eyes manually.

       3. The cat will have 1-2 times of urinary incontinence after operation. You can pad toilet paper, plastic cloth and other water-absorbing and waterproof objects, and clean them in time to avoid polluting the rest environment. Occasionally there is vomiting.

       4. It is normal for female cats to have anorexia 2-3 days after operation. Do some of the cat’s favorite food lure food, pay attention not to force the cat to eat, if not drinking water, you can use a small syringe, put some water into the cat’s mouth.

       5. Don’t take off the operation clothes of female cats after operation, otherwise the infection rate will increase. If the operation clothes have the phenomenon of off-line, they should be cut off immediately to prevent the cat from swallowing or tearing.

       6. The catgut was removed 7 days after operation. You can take out the stitches at home, and the whole process should be fast and accurate to reduce the cat’s fright. Steps: 1) put Eliza white collar on the cat; (2) wear gloves and hold the cat’s forelimb and hind limb tightly; (3) disinfect hands and appliances with alcohol and sterilize the cat’s wound in a large scale; (4) use pointed scissors (such as eyebrow Trimmer) to pick up the thread, quickly cut and pull away; 5) disinfect again.

       7. After removing the thread, take close care of the cat to prevent the wound from cracking. If the wound is swollen, purulent and seeping, contact your pet doctor in time.

       It should be able to go on like this all the time. If male cats don’t have sex with female cats, they won’t urinate randomly. It’s just estrus. Maybe they’ll be more uncomfortable. It’s OK after that. If you don’t have the heart, you can sterilize them. In fact, there’s nothing wrong with it. Cats can still keep big cats, and they’ll be less aggressive and more docile

       In addition, your two male cats like to ride each other, ha ha, maybe they are gay’s

       I used to have two male cats. They both ride each other. It’s funny,

       But then he began to pee everywhere

       I can bear it all,

       What he couldn’t stand most was that he started to walk around in the middle of the night,

       And then he yelled.

       I couldn’t bear to operate on it.

       But after the operation, I regret it,

       After all, I disabled it,

       Although it doesn’t hate me, I don’t forgive myself.

       So if you can’t operate on it, you’d better not.

       The main reason is that the host is not feeling well.

       Looking at other people’s kittens are very healthy, but my baby is

       Don’t mention how depressed you are.

       ***Buy control estrus powder, is a little expensive, about three months, 80-100 yuan a bottle, 300-400 yuan a year, two, think about it is money, good pain, mine is also two male cats, can ride each other, pickled, just think about the heart is very sad, my cat, can’t be incomplete, determined not to marinate, pickled eventually feel disabled, and the cat more painful heart shadow, and my heart will feel guilty lifetime

       Please sterilize your pet cat..

       If male cats are not sterilized, the probability of urinary system diseases will be very high,

       Including estrus, disordered urine, anorexia, weight loss, all have an impact on health,

       When you get older, prostate problems, like people, are 80 percent of the time.

       Female cats, on average, have oestrus every month, and the probability of breast tumor and cyst is very high,

       So the sterilization of dogs and cats is advocated all over the world..

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