If you have an unaltered male or female cat, it’s probably wanting outside in a bad way. Making your life miserable now that the weather has finally turned nice, your cat’s hormones are on high alert.
Letting your unaltered cat out right now is a recipe for disaster.
Along with encounters with coyotes or other predators, any number of things could happen to your kitty while on a walkabout to find another unaltered cat to “satisfy” its needs.
Your beloved pet could be chased by a dog, a person, and subsequently get lost or hit by a car or as previously mentioned, killed by a predator.
If by chance it survives it’s walk on the wild side and finds its way home, you will probably be expecting multiple bundles of joy.
As cute as a litter of kittens can be, in 8 weeks you will need to find homes for them and in 5 or 6 months they will be wanting to go on their own walkabout to “satisfy” their own needs.
So before you open the door and let out your hormone enraged cat, pick up the phone and call your vet to make an appointment to have your cat spayed or neutered.
If you are low income and in the Vernon and District area, go to our website and fill out our online application form
You could be saving your cat’s life