A kitten in your house is an absolutely independent creation, full of trust in people. His body is weak and defenseless, inaccurate and awkward movements. But time is running out, the kitten is growing and acquiring the features of a graceful proud animal. Along with this, he manifests a genetically determined desire for procreation, as evidenced by the changing behavior of cats – they begin to excessively flatter and vocalize.
Upon reaching the physiological maturity of the animal (in cats it is 10-15 months), the owners face the question of castration / sterilization. If your plans do not include a cat’s pregnancy, then the best option would be to sterilize or neutered the animal. It is best to do this in the period up to six months, not allowing the body of the pet to undergo sexual restructuring, accompanied by sexual behavior. If you want to get offspring from your cat, you must be sure that you can take care of it in this difficult physiological period and, most importantly, to provide kittens with a decent existence. Continue reading