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Why do sterilization

The cat's penis has small spines, which are used to bleed the vagina of the female, because the cat's sperm only survives in the blood medium. That's what you read: the male's thorns scratch and bleed the female's vagina canal. Pain and bleeding stimulate ovulation in the female, neither of them enjoys this act. When the male is neutered early, the spines do not grow or shrink much. Spines form in response to hormonal stimulation. Once neutered, the male's hormonal levels drop and the spines do not grow. ⠀⠀ ⠀ The first image shows the genitalia of a male cat that has not been neutered and the second shows that of a cat that has been neutered (no spines). ⠀⠀ ⠀ The cat has to fight with other cats for the female, and after much fighting, screaming, scratching, wounding and biting, it goes to the female who accepts it out of hormone-induced zeal. Bite the female by the neck, and introduces the spiny penis. She screams in pain, not pleasure. And he holds her so that she does not move, and thus can perpetuate the species. When he lets go, he grabs her again.

⠀⠀ ⠀ All of this stress is driven by hormones that have not the slightest awareness that the species is suffering with overpopulation! The cat comes home (when he's home) all hurt from the fights, and maybe he's not happy about this situation, but he can't help it That's why he is more common to disappear from the house. They look so dazed that they forget how far they lived. ⠀⠀ ⠀ In addition to having ′′ pregnant ′′ a street cat (or who has an owner, but who does not sterilize it) and we are not sure of finding future puppies, he may still have contracted or transmitted many serious illnesses of/to other cats.” ⠀⠀ ⠀ Meanwhile, the kitten comes home, spends months, pregnant, breastfeeding, taking care of the puppies. To be removed because after all a kitten in the house is already ok so the puppies end up being abandoned. And in less than 6 months everything repeats itself “… CASTRATION AND STERILIZATION is the only solution.


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