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Cat Castration

Added on 17 September 2013



Cat Castration

Castrating a cat will help stop various unwanted behaviours including “spraying” (urine marking) indoors and will also help reduce aggression towards other cats and therefore he will be less likely to suffer from fight wounds including abscesses. Read why, when and what the operation entails.

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Swindon
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