Our expert says:
I have posted a fact sheet from Vetstream detailing what the vaccination protects against and vaccination protocol.
I would generally castrate a cat from 4-6 months of age. It is a simple procedure with minimal surgical complications.
You can let you cat out at around 14 weeks of age - will have acquired adequate immunity by this time. Please slowly introduce to the external environment so that the cat can orientate itself to its suroundings
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