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According to the RSPCA, in just seven years, one female cat and her young can produce as many as 420,000 cats! That’s why it’s important to desex cats – and other pets – when they’re young. Desexing is a relatively straightforward procedure that can be done by a vet once an animal is eight weeks old. By desexing, you’ll not only prevent unwanted litters, but also, the chances of your pet running away or ending up in a fight are diminished. A desexed cat or dog is less likely to: * Wander, run away or get into fights. This reduces the risk of car injuries and infected wounds. * Suffer from aggression. * Spray and mark its territory. Also, to receive financial cover for your pet in the event of an emergency, why not take out pet insurance with HCF. All HCF members receive a 10% discount. For more information and a free quote, go to http://www.hcf.com.au/Products/hcf_petcover.asp?member_id=Guest Some RSPCA veterinary clinics offer desexing at a discount. To check whether this service is available, contact your local state or territory RSPCA. For more information about pet desexing, go to http://www.rspca.org.au/animal/advice_desexing.asp

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