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  • My cat just had kittens, how soon can she be spayed?

    Technically, she could be spayed now if she is healthy. However, it’s usually best to wait until the kittens are weaned at 6-8 weeks post birth. Some females can become pregnant very quickly after birth, so don’t wait too long. Check with your veterinarian and make an appointment for the spay.


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