Urogenital Normal

The reproductive tract of a female cat includes two ovaries and a two-horned uterus. Female cats not used for breeding should be spayed (surgical removal of the uterus and hormone-producing ovaries) to prevent nuisance behaviors, cat overpopulation, cancers, and potentially life threatening infections. Spaying your cat prior to the onset of the first estrous cycle¬†significantly¬†decreases your pet’s chances of developing mammary cancer later in life.

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