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Neutering of female cat ?

Masra 666

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Hi, I know that this topic was already been treated on a previous topic, but I couldn’t seem to find what is your opinion on that, does neutering affect 1st chakra ? And does it create spiritual damage?

I have 3 cats which one is female and I couldn’t get more kittens ( I’ve already had them before )
Here is not easy giving kittens and due to different circumstances I couldn’t consider making she get pregnant and then giving the kittens ( last time took 6 months )

Isn’t there like a way without removing sex organs?
 
Do you know the name of that procedure?
 
Masra 666 said:
Do you know the name of that procedure?

Actually, I think the way I described is the most common and cheapest way to do this. Because it is so much safer, it is easy to train people how to do it this way. If you ask the vet to have this done, I expect this is the way it will be done. But you could ask the vet if this is how he or she does it.
 
In Italy they are stupid , can’t do something they didn’t do before
 
Masra 666 said:
Hi, I know that this topic was already been treated on a previous topic, but I couldn’t seem to find what is your opinion on that, does neutering affect 1st chakra ? And does it create spiritual damage?

I have 3 cats which one is female and I couldn’t get more kittens ( I’ve already had them before )
Here is not easy giving kittens and due to different circumstances I couldn’t consider making she get pregnant and then giving the kittens ( last time took 6 months )

Isn’t there like a way without removing sex organs?

Yes, it damages both the 1st and 2nd chakra, and it seems you're doing it for selfish reasons.

You decided to have a cat as a partner and now it's your responsibility to take care of all of them without harming them. Next time you decide to have an animal partner, think about whether you can afford for them to be sexually active or not. If you can't, then don't get one.

Cats, like any other animal partners, are not personal properties. They are living beings with their needs, wants and lives. You should have thought about their wellbeing before having them. They are not your subordinates.

There's no way for you to neuter an animal without harming them on a level. It's your problem to deal with.

Instead you could a working to find enough healthy receivers of more kitten, or to find a family who can take proper care of the female cat.
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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