So, having bought or rescued a new female cat, you will find yourself with an array of bewildering decisions to make. You have:
- Tackled the minefield that is settling on a name that reflects the personality of your miniature tiger.
- Chosen that flash diet that has subliminally been making an impression during commercial breaks of your favourite soap.
- Bought some designer cat furniture costing more than the average family sized 3-piece suite.
Now the day has come to take your bundle of fluff, teeth and sharp claws to see the local vet. Jabs for ‘X, Y & Z’, spot-on for this, tablets for that, and the inevitable questions regarding your pet’s family planning. The promiscuity of cats being what it is, the decision for most will be to have their cat spayed to avoid being inundated with hundreds of kittens.