I am celebrating World Spay Day by showing off photos of my bare belly after I was neutered a little over nine years ago! (If you scroll over the pictures, you can see secret messages.)
Controlling cat population is very important because if you go into any animal control facility in any city here in the U.S., you will quickly realize there are already way too many unwanted kitties!
Spaying and neutering feral cats is an important part of managing colonies so that they don’t get out of control and become a nuisance.
Spaying and neutering your own cats is best for them too — they will live longer, happier and healthier lives. They also will be way more well-behaved — they will stop vocalizing and be far less likely to mark your home with their pee — and I know that is important to humans. Price should not be a deterrent because there are lots of places where you can get low-cost spay and neuter procedures for your cats, especially right now, while World Spay Day is going on!
So spread the word. It always amazes me that there are humans out there who don’t think spaying or neutering their cat is important. I bet you know some humans like that. So talk to them about it.
If you girl kitties have any photos of your bare bellies from when you were spayed, stop by my Facebook page and upload them! We are having a Spay Day party over there!