The Cat Inhabitants Management Group (CPCG) is looking on vets to share their views on neutering cats at subsequent month’s London Vet Present.
The CPCG is made up of the RSPCA, Cat’s Safety, Battersea Canines and Cats Residence, Blue Cross, Celia Hammond Animal Belief, the PDSA, Mayhew, Worldwide Cat Care and Wooden Inexperienced, The Animals Charity.
Alice Potter, RSPCA cat welfare skilled, mentioned: “The CPCG has been urging house owners to neuter their cats at 4 months previous. The intention is to cut back the variety of undesirable cats being born within the UK and we can’t obtain this with out the assistance of vets.
“We imagine the important thing to stopping unplanned litters of kittens is neutering at 4 months, versus six months, and for this to turn out to be the norm.”
London Vet Present
She added: “Most pet house owners are permitting their cats to go exterior after their vaccinations with out realising they will get pregnant, which ends up in so many unplanned litters.
“On the London Vet Present, we’d like veterinary professionals to share their views, in the event that they suppose there are any pitfalls or any reservations they might have, and whether or not they agree with the principal of prepubertal neutering.”
- The CPCG shall be on stand A46.