Got tired of mauling Latin…
Don’t forget to spay and neuter your pets. They would thank you for it.
Large Mother… Heehee… Now that is pretty clever. And one baby who’ll have plenty of feline love, I bet. Reminds me in a way about my niece, with three cats doting on her, for now.
Natch, should have read with all my thoughts in line… So she WON’T be carried by Rox.
Possibly my earliest memory is of being purred to sleep. Still one of my favorite sounds.
Yeah, but I jumped into same (wrong) conclusion as Ace…
No wonder the kittens like Rocky.
And keep in mind, it is easier to spay a female before she goes into heat for the first time.
I heard Bob Barker, but the Golden Rule always comes to mind. I won’t do to another what I wouldn’t have done to myself and the first person to come near my junk with anything sharp will be gutted with one of those tiny rubber coated baby spoons.
I don’t know about kittens, but I know that female dogs (and rabbits apparently) chances of getting cancer increases the longer you leave them unspayed. Which together with the difficulty of finding homes for the pups, possibly twice a year, means that spaying is usually the best option.
As for males… the Golden Rule doesnt apply here as I doubt you regularly hump the sofa or postmans legs. Different circumstances require different rules.
if you haven’t humped a sofa, you haven’t lived.
The cancer risk is also lowered by neutering male dogs. Prostate and testicular cancers drop to almost zero (or zero in the case of testicular cancer) for male dogs neutered before one year of age.
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