As with all animals, cats should be spayed or neutered before they reach six months of age which is about the age they reach puberty. You will want to 'fix' your cat not only because it will help keep your pet safe as male cats will do almost anything to get to a female in heat, but it can also help keep your cat from getting cancer later in life.
Studies have shown that the chance of reproductive cancer is lowered by nearly 80% is spayed and neutered cats. Not only will your cat be healthier, but you won't have to put up with a male cat spraying urine around your home if he is neutered, nor will you have to listen to the wailing of a female cat in heat!
Choosing a dog is a very big decision, and not one to be made lightly. There are many factors to consider when deciding whether a dog is right for you and your family.
Although rabbits are a small animal, they require more care than many people realize.
A hamster or gerbil may seem like a good choice for you and your family, it is still a large responsibility and not one to be taken lightly.