If you’ve come here to adopt one of my sphynx kittens and wanted to learn about why you should spay/neuter your sphynx cats well you’ve come to the right place. First of spaying/neutering your sphynx cats is one of the most important health decisions you will have to make. Alongside spaying or neutering your sphynx cats will widely improve your sphynx cats behavior and keep your sphynx cats close to home. Many states and counties have established programs that will spay/neuter your sphynx cats at a low-affordable price.
Well, if you are still not convinced that spaying/neutering is the right decision for you then here are a couple of reasons why you should so:
1. Spaying your female sphynx cats will give them a healthy and long life. This is because spaying helps prevent diseases like breast cancer, which is fatal in 90 percent of cats.
2. Neutering your male sphynx cats will provide them with major health benefits and along with keeping unwanted litters, neutering will prevent diseases like testicular cancer if done at a young age.
3. Spayed sphynx cats will stop going into heat during breeding season. While in heat, they will urinate more frequently-sometimes all around the house.
4. Neutered sphynx cats will focus their attention on their human families. If not neutered, sphynx cats will mark their territory around the house by spraying strong-smelling urine.
5. Spaying and neutering helps prevent overpopulation. Around the world millions of cats suffer as strays. These number of cats are usually the result of unwanted litters, which could have been prevented by spaying or neutering.
This concludes why you should spay or neuter your sphynx cats.