If you do not plan to use your cat for breeding, you should, acording to experts, neuter it. As well as helping to avoid unwanted kittens and reducing homelessness among cats, neutering has many health benefits.
The risk of a cat urinating indoors can reduce after neutering. Furthermore, neutering means that outdoor cats don’t stray so far from home. They also interact less with other cats, which reduces the risk of transmissible disease and fighting. Neutered cats are also more relaxed and less stressed. A neutered cat’s metabolism reduces by around 30%. This makes it easier for the cat to go up in weight, as long as it eats normally. Instead of adjusting the amount you feed your cat, you can change to using a less calorific food specially adapted for neutered cats.
Further readingThere are lots of advantages to neutering a cat