Street Cats of Vis : Helping People Help Cats

Intact (non-neutered) male cats display several behaviors that can cause problems for humans as well as for other cats. Yowling, marking territory with pungent-smelling urine and fighting with other cats are common nuisances. Fighting can lead to serious wounds in both the attacking cat and the cat being attacked. For street cats, these wounds are often left untreated, which could lead to infection and abscesses.

Castration will stop or prevent these problems, and can be performed between three and six months of age. A male cat’s behaviour is changed for the better after castration, but their personality will remain the same, as will their hunting skills.

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