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    We're Fix by Five, we advocate that the age for spaying/neutering cats be moved back by just four to six weeks.

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    Marian's Dream

    Fix by Five is a campaign operated by the team at Marian's Dream. Marian's dream creates and supports programs to end pet overpopulation by preventing unwanted litters. Marian's Dream has led initiatives to improve the health and well-being of companion animals for over 30 years.

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The Marian’s Dream Fix by Five Months Program advocates that the age for spaying/neutering cats be moved back by just four to six weeks. This small change would remove the risk of unwanted litters by ensuring that these “tween” kittens will not have that accidental first “whoops” litter. A study by Andrew Rowan projected that close to 90% of unwanted kittens and pups are born to mothers who would be spayed after the litter was born.

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Why Fix by Five?


  • Medical

    Recent research has revealed that cats spayed before their first heat cycle have a 91% lower risk of developing mammary cancer.

  • Behavioral

    Spaying/neutering reduces roaming behaviors, aggression, territorial marking, and other heat-related behaviors.

  • Veterinarians

    Juvenile spays and neuters are quicker and easier to perform than surgeries on cats that are in heat or are currently pregnant.

  • Community

    Spaying eliminates unwanted litters; each year millions of surplus kittens are born who may or may not find a permanent home.

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    Recent research has revealed that cats spayed before their first heat cycle have a 91% lower risk of developing mammary cancer.

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    Recent research has revealed that cats spayed before their first heat cycle have a 91% lower risk of developing mammary cancer.

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    Vet Clinic Name

    Vet's Name

    Recent research has revealed that cats spayed before their first heat cycle have a 91% lower risk of developing mammary cancer.

  • Image gallery

    Vet Clinic Name

    Vet's Name

    Recent research has revealed that cats spayed before their first heat cycle have a 91% lower risk of developing mammary cancer.

  • Image gallery

    Vet Clinic Name

    Vet's Name

    Spaying eliminates unwanted litters; each year millions of surplus kittens are born who may or may not find a permanent home.

  • Image gallery

    Vet Clinic Name

    Vet's Name

    Spaying eliminates unwanted litters; each year millions of surplus kittens are born who may or may not find a permanent home.

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