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Cat Wakes Up To Discover He’s Missing Some Parts And He’s NOT Happy About It
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Cat Wakes Up To Discover He’s Missing Some Parts And He’s NOT Happy About It

Imagine the horror when Milo the cat woke up to realize that his man-bits were gone! Milo’ angry and shocked reaction when he woke up after the operation was captured by owner John Reed, who lives in northwest England.

“He looked down and realised they were missing and let out this almighty screech,” Reed told SWNS. “He carried on looking down and staring for ages.” Though it may seem cruel, neutering is the best way to ensure that cats don’t produce any unwanted kittens that would simply become strays.

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“He looked down and realised they were missing… he carried on looking down and staring for ages”

Then he “let out this almighty screech”

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AnneFuqua
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7 years ago

Poor bubby! Not only will neutering prevent needless suffering and unnecessary deaths of homeless animals. It has important health benefits for male and female animals. Also very important, and indirectly links to health, is the fact that neutered males generally don't wander (or do so far less). This can prevent the heartache of now ever knowing what became of your beloved fur baby. A cat or dog that doesn't wander has far less chance of being hit by a car. Males will be less territorial and therefore far less likely to fight. Fights can cause serious injuries or death. Last but not least, spraying behavior decreases dramatically as hormone levels fall in the first two months post op. If these reasons don't persuade you, there are an even grater number poor direct health benefits.

ShellyElle
Community Member
7 years ago

In a perfect world they would all keep their bits, but this world is far from perfect and kittens ending up in on death row at animal control is a horrible reality. Everything Anne Fuqua says is truth. I took in my mom's cat as a foster till she could get her life on track, she asked me not to neuter him so I didn't (for 1 year), he fought all the time, smelled like piss, got horrible abscesses from the fights-no one wanted to touch him. After a year I had him neutered and told my mom he was officially adopted...no more smelly tom cat, no more fights, no more wandering, no more feral kittens courtesy of him. Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs, seriously it is the lesser of two evils.

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Sunikkke
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7 years ago

Vet student here: Neutering BEFORE the first heat actually saves the animal from the pain of multiple potentially life threatening illnesses, such as cancer (uterine, mammary, testicular - yes. Males can have breast cancer.), pyometra (where the uterus gets inflamated and full of puss - extremely painful and needs the removal of the uterus) just to give you guys the most common problems related to hormones. So unless you want to show / breed your pet, it actually is a lot more healthier to spay / castrate. It's also recommended in the case of extreme aggression in the male animal. Sometimes unfortunately it's not something that can be resolved and in the case of say a medium to giant breed dog, it is extremely dangerous. One could argue that the removal of the testicles is still a better option than to potentially be forced to put it down.

JohnEurt
Community Member
7 years ago

I had a cat die from pyometra., and almost lost my dog to it. I'll never let an animal go without being fixed ever again. Just figures since they were both indoor animals no need to spay..Boy was I wrong. I preach fixing your animals now.

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HiediH
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7 years ago

Responsible AND funny :)

KITTEEEHS
Community Member
7 years ago

SIGHS, you know she means the cat's reaction, NOT the concept itself.

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AnneFuqua
Community Member
7 years ago

Poor bubby! Not only will neutering prevent needless suffering and unnecessary deaths of homeless animals. It has important health benefits for male and female animals. Also very important, and indirectly links to health, is the fact that neutered males generally don't wander (or do so far less). This can prevent the heartache of now ever knowing what became of your beloved fur baby. A cat or dog that doesn't wander has far less chance of being hit by a car. Males will be less territorial and therefore far less likely to fight. Fights can cause serious injuries or death. Last but not least, spraying behavior decreases dramatically as hormone levels fall in the first two months post op. If these reasons don't persuade you, there are an even grater number poor direct health benefits.

ShellyElle
Community Member
7 years ago

In a perfect world they would all keep their bits, but this world is far from perfect and kittens ending up in on death row at animal control is a horrible reality. Everything Anne Fuqua says is truth. I took in my mom's cat as a foster till she could get her life on track, she asked me not to neuter him so I didn't (for 1 year), he fought all the time, smelled like piss, got horrible abscesses from the fights-no one wanted to touch him. After a year I had him neutered and told my mom he was officially adopted...no more smelly tom cat, no more fights, no more wandering, no more feral kittens courtesy of him. Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs, seriously it is the lesser of two evils.

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Sunikkke
Community Member
7 years ago

Vet student here: Neutering BEFORE the first heat actually saves the animal from the pain of multiple potentially life threatening illnesses, such as cancer (uterine, mammary, testicular - yes. Males can have breast cancer.), pyometra (where the uterus gets inflamated and full of puss - extremely painful and needs the removal of the uterus) just to give you guys the most common problems related to hormones. So unless you want to show / breed your pet, it actually is a lot more healthier to spay / castrate. It's also recommended in the case of extreme aggression in the male animal. Sometimes unfortunately it's not something that can be resolved and in the case of say a medium to giant breed dog, it is extremely dangerous. One could argue that the removal of the testicles is still a better option than to potentially be forced to put it down.

JohnEurt
Community Member
7 years ago

I had a cat die from pyometra., and almost lost my dog to it. I'll never let an animal go without being fixed ever again. Just figures since they were both indoor animals no need to spay..Boy was I wrong. I preach fixing your animals now.

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HiediH
Community Member
7 years ago

Responsible AND funny :)

KITTEEEHS
Community Member
7 years ago

SIGHS, you know she means the cat's reaction, NOT the concept itself.

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