How Neutering Pets Affects Feral and Stray Cats

A new study finds that neutering pet cats has a sweeping effect on other cat populations

A new mathematical model of cat populations in the United Kingdom suggests that neutering cats that belong to people not only affects the population dynamics of these owned cats, but also affects feral, stray, and shelter subpopulations. The researchers found that neutering pet cats at a younger age can help control population growth of all cats.

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