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Birmingham, MI 48009
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Spay / neuter

Dr. Cindy Houlihan performs a spay.  Spayed and neutered cats  live longer and are less likely to roam and have behavior problems.

Dr. Cindy Houlihan performs a spay. Spayed and neutered cats live longer and are less likely to roam and have behavior problems.

About feline SPAY

When a female cat gets spayed, her ovaries and uterus are removed which means no
noisy heat cycles. Spays are performed under general anesthesia with careful
monitoring. Your cat is given pain medication and, in most cases, is ready to go home
at the end of the day.

About feline NEUTER

Neutering is the removal of the testicles of a male cat; the penis is left intact. The
surgery is done under general anesthesia with careful monitoring. Two small incisions
are made. Your cat is given pain medication and, in most cases, is ready to go home
at the end of the day.

Find out more about cat spay and neuter. Read What every Feline Family
should know: Spay/neuter saves lives
. See more on why you should
have your cat spay or neutered. Read Spay/Neuter and Wellness Care /
Disease Prevention
.

If you have stray cats that you would like to have sterilized, or if you do rescue work, you can save money on spay/neuter by going to a low-cost spay/neuter clinic. See our information piece on Spay/neuter resources.