….wild is the wind…creative freedom is the seed….
It is a lift off! After multiple delays, Haymitch cdc the Rescue Kitty got his balls off just in time for 2013!
We got a long letter from PDSA sponsored by the Duke of Edinburgh Trust…giving us long details abot Haymitch Esquire’s “procedures” and how…I quote: “If Haymitch Esq. shows even the hint of wishing to touch his incision…” we must contact them so we can collect an “Elizabethan collar” for our cat forthwith! I kid you not!
This is REALLy the language they used (just leave out the Esquire bit!) and btw…they are saying no pets should eat anything other than “Royal Canin” pet food…don’t ask…we do not agree as we saw the pricetag of Royal Canin!
Break out the Champers!!!! FINALLY Houston, we have a Lift off!!!!!
Reasons to desex your Cats and Dogs from www.pdsa.org.uk:
What is neutering?
Neutering is an operation carried out by a vet. In male animals, the testicles are removed – this is called ‘castration’. In female animals, the ovaries and the uterus (womb) are removed – this is called ‘spaying’.
What are the benefits of neutering?
There are hundreds of thousands of unwanted animals in need of homes. Neutering stops animals from adding to this problem by having unwanted litters.
It also reduces the risk of our pets developing some serious diseases. This can help them live longer and enjoy a better quality of life.
Spaying female cats
Should I get my female cat neutered (spayed)?
Spaying stops your cat from having unwanted kittens and stops her from developing cancer of the ovaries or uterus. It also stops her from coming into ‘heat’ frequently which may be upsetting for her.
When is the best time to get my female cat neutered (spayed)?
The operation is often done at around five to six months of age, but can safely be done when your cat is younger or older. Ask your vet when the best time is for your cat.
Should my female cat have a litter before she’s neutered (spayed)?
There’s no benefit to your cat, and by delaying getting her spayed you increase her risk of having an unwanted litter.
Castrating male cats
Should I get my male cat neutered (castrated)?
Castrating your cat prevents him from fathering unwanted kittens when he’s away from your house. It also makes him less likely to fight, so reduces his chances of getting feline AIDS (FIV) (which is spread by bites).
Castration also makes your cat less likely to roam, which can reduce his chances of getting hit by a car, and he is less likely to spray urine in the house.
When is the best time to get my male cat neutered (castrated)?
The operation is often done at five to six months of age, but can safely be done when a cat is younger or older. Ask your vet when the best time is for your cat.
Cecilia is a Hong Kong Chinese-Australian Social Entreprneur, Artist, Directors of NGO in Africa, South Ameria, Asia and California who really really likes to "tell it how it is", having travelled to over 40 countries around the world & seen some interesting things every so often.
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