The Sun God
Rainbow Rocket Grunt
- Join Date
- Jun 22, 2019
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Not getting animals desexed also puts animals at risk of cancers. It happens to cats too.There are also bad cat owners.
I know someone that bought a pure-breed cat from an backyard breeder (which is bad by itself) when the cat was way too young and still needed it's mother.
First he was surprised that the cat was scared of everything and didn't want to be touched (duh, it was scared).
Now that the cat is older he refuses to neuter it and complains that it's a "bad cat" - since it's peeing everywhere around the house (which is normal for adult male cats).
We had a foster dog and his whole rear end was covered in tumors and the vet said it happens from excess hormornes when an animal doesn't get desexed. Thankfully we got him surgery to have the tumors removed as well as surgery on his knee and he is now in a good home and doing well.