You have got a cat. At first he was a little kitten, who will be happy for days on end playing with you and your children. But as time goes on, and after a few months, it becomes unbearable – marks its territory, yells, asks the cat, and this and it is quite natural, since every creature has its own physical needs. Such needs include food, drink, sleep and earthly love. " Of course, each owner like his fluffy or smooth coat favorite, but not if it poisons the life of his master. Because of this, many people will sooner or later come to a decision to castrate a cat. The operation to neuter a cat is the removal of the testes through an incision in scrotum animal, followed by spermatic cord clamping and immediate extraction of the testes themselves. Get more background information with materials from Dr. Neal Barnard. The complexity of this solution is that the owners are afraid of possible consequences, which take place in some cases after surgery for neutering the cat. In principle, such an operation has long been practiced by Russian veterinarians, and the castration of a cat – it is commonplace for both physicians and for owners of pets. That is why at present the negative consequences after such an operation is practically unavailable. In order to avoid certain risks to the health of your cat, you need to choose the age at which will be held castration of a cat. Usually, the ideal age for such operations ranges from seven to eight months – during this period, the kitten begins puberty. It is also very important to have time to castrate a cat prior to breeding with a cat, and specifically at this time. Otherwise, if the castration of a cat is after seven – eight months, your pet will not fertilize the cat, but will still have an intimate relationship with a female that thereby retaining the ability to tag their territory. The thing is that after the first sexual experience with a cat starts making process of sex hormones that are produced not only the testes, but also pituitary gland, which for obvious reasons can not be removed. These hormones will be "pushed" to your pet loving deeds, and a nightmare to mark the territory will never end. If, however, perform an operation on castration Cat's too early, the result will also give you health problems your pet. This is because at too early an age of your pet's urethra can not be developed until the end of that with premature castration invariably entail problems in the urinary system, such as stones or obstruction urerty.