Female cat spay or neuter


Do these two words female cat spray or nectar mean the same thing ? Or a wide difference exist between them?

June 2, 2020 10:21 PM
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Spaying is the surgical removal of a female cat's ovaries and uterus, while neutering is the removal of a male cat's testicles. While both operations are conducted routinely with few complications, only licensed veterinarians are allowed to perform them

June 2, 2020 10:23 PM

Neutering is a procedure used to “de-sex” an animal. This procedure has been used to control animal population growth, reduce unwanted sexual behavior in pets, and decrease or eliminate the possibility of certain disease conditions later in life, such as pyometra or infection in the uterus.

Spaying means sterilization.

Spaying will result in the sterilization of your cat, and she will no longer have the ability to become pregnant

June 2, 2020 10:25 PM

Spaying is the process of sterilizing your female cat. In male cats, it’s called neutering, although sometimes this term is used to refer to the sterilization process in both males and females.

June 2, 2020 10:27 PM


Spaying is a term that describes the ovariohysterectomy, or the removal of portions of the reproductive system of a female cat. Neutering is a term that describes the castration, or the removal of the testicles of a male cat. 

June 2, 2020 10:29 PM


Female cats who have been spayed have a lower risk of developing pyometra (a uterine infection that can be fatal). They also are less likely to have mammary (breast) or uterine cancer and cancer that affects other parts of the reproductive system. Neutered male cats will not develop testicular cancer, and they have a lower risk for prostate cancer.

June 2, 2020 10:31 PM