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Toyger Cats Neutered

Toyger cats neutered along with the hordes of homeless and feral cats. This horde is growing by leaps and bounds. People are finally beginning to wake up to the necessity of neutered toyger cats.

Why are toyger cats neutered. Here are some reasons why it is a good idea.

 

Population Explosion: Cats and toyger cats can reproduce several times a year and kittens mature quickly.

Just two feral non neutered cats can quickly become 2,000. In fact, the feline reproduction statistics are staggering. Two non neutered toyger cats produce: two toyger cat litters a year. With a survival rate of 2.8 kittens per litter, continued toyger cat breeding will produce:

  • 12 toyger cats the first year
  • 66 toyger cats the second year
  • 2,201 toyger cats in the third year
  • 3,822 toyger cats in the fourth year
  • 12,680 toyger cats in the fifth year, and on and on . . .

Toyger Cats Neutered

Toyger cats neutered in general will not be able to spread disease. Many feral cats are actually released by owners who could no longer care for them. A colony of unaltered cats can spread diseases among pet cats and dogs in the area.

Toyger Cats neutered Toyger cats neutered reduce noise pollution from toyger cats in heat. This gives more added support to why your toyger cat be neutered. When female toyger cats are in heat, the colony can keep neighbors awake all night with their fighting and howling.

Spaying and neutering toyger cats provides several important benefits. If you have a female non neutered toyger cat at home, mewling pitifully at the door. She will soon be joined by the yowling and shrieking of every tomcat in the neighborhood. Both indoor and outdoor toyger cats will try to mark everything in sight with their odorous spray.

Reproductive cancers in non neutered toyger cats can be reduced which adds more fuel to the fire why you have a toyger cat neutered. Certain types of cancer are much more common in non neutered toyger cats. These cancers of the reproductive organs are very rare in cats that are altered prior to one year of age. Non neutered toyger cats can also develop a number of reproductive diseases that are contagious.

Here is a page with National Animal Organizations dealing with spaying and neutering.

Help Make Every Toyger Cat A Wanted Toyger Cat

Toyger cats can be neutered at quite a young age. Some humane societies routinely have young toyger cats neutered at 8 weeks. While some veterinarians feel it is better to wait until young toyger cats are five or six months. Or, for those who share a home with other non neutered toyger cats, having a toyger cat neutered at the earliest opportunity is critical.

Most neutered toyger cats heal well and without incident after being neutered. However, a toyger cat can contract an infection in the incision. Check your toyger cat daily to be sure the incision area has not turned red and puffy. If you notice your cat licking or chewing at the stitches. Your vet may suggest a surgery collar to keep the stitches out of reach until the incision is healed.

While male toyger cats can be active and bouncy without injuring themselves after neutering. Female toyger cats should be confined indoors for a few days after the surgery.

Toyger Cats neuteredFeline "Zero Population Growth" is a very good reason why you have a toyger cat neutered. Unless you're a toyger cat breeder, your toyger cat almost certainly would be better off neutered.

The typical cost of having a toyger cat neutered is about $125 for a female and $65 for a male. If the cost is too much for you to afford, many communities have special funds available for neutering cats. Your humane society or veterinarian can give you more information.