Why should you spay your cat? Here are 3 good reasons!
Pet overpopulation is a serious problem and by allowing your cat to have litters, you are adding to the problem.
Without the drive to mate, your cat may be quieter and won't be prone to cat calls and the incessant need to seek out a mate.
A final positive aspect of spaying your cat is that spayed cats tend to have fewer health problems. Spaying is the removal of the ovaries and uterus. Without these organs, ovarian cysts, uterine infections and cancer of the reproductive tract are no longer a concern.
For more information, please read Pros and Cons of Spaying and Neutering in Cats.