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I've read that whilst females can reach puberty at 4-5 months, it is safer for them to reproduce later.What age is best ?
Cats' Protection have an early neutering scheme. One vet in Wales will do it from 2 weeks. They have an advice line for vets to talk them through and if necessary train them to neuter early.Once mine showed signs of being in season she was not let out until she went to the vet's. He asked our opinion if she was already pregnant.I knew she wasn't but said if a miracle had happened he should go ahead.
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