Milo the cat woke up after his visit to the vets and was horrified to discover some parts were missing. His owner John Reed from England captured the moment on camera.
John said that after he brought Milo back from the vets he kept looking down at his private region for ages then finally looked up and screeched.
Even though this procedure may seem cruel it has numerous health benefits for your pet cat and can help them live longer happier lives.
For starters, castrating a male will reduce his testosterone levels which in return reduces his aggression. He will then be more friendly to other cats and quite often more loving to his owners.
He will also stop spraying around your home. Tomcat urine has a disgusting odor which is hard to remove and if he is marking his territory around your home it can become very unpleasant.
Another benefit from neutering your cat at a vets clinic is that they are less likely to go roaming. Male cats can smell a female on heat from far away and often go off on long walks to find the female. Once neutered they no longer react to the airborne chemical attractants and are more likely to stay home.
Many male cat owners have complained about their cats disappearing for days and come back dirty and covered in scratches where they have fought for the female or territory.
Neutering your male cat can also help to prevent testicular cancer and many other diseases which are often transmitted through reproduction. So this means less visits to the vets and less cost for keeping your kitty healthy.
Of course one of the biggest advantages is reducing the amount of abandoned kittens that are left to fend for themselves.
Do you agree with neutering pet cats?