Neutering and Spaying. The average kittens in a litter is 4. A female cat can start reproducing at the age 4 months and male cats can pregnant a female at the age of 5 months, the average life span of the cat is 15 years. In one year a female cat can be pregnant 5 times in a year approximately. Leaving 20 kittens at year. So a single female cat without being spayed can leave 300 in a lifetime.
That female and her offspring can leave more than 420,000 kittens. In the case of dogs, the average litter is 6 puppies and be pregnant 3 times. Enough to create a problem of many cats and dogs being without home and putting their welfare in danger.
Here are some myths and truths behind neutering and Spaying.