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It's generally recommended that a kitten be neutered before it is five months old, according to the ASPCA, but it's safe to neuter kittens as young as eight weeks. Many animal shelters follow this practice in order to st... More »

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Some spay and neuter programs in California include The Amanda Foundation Mobile Clinic, the Humboldt Spay Neuter Network and Critters Without Litters. In addition, the websites SpayUSA and LA Animal Services list clinic... More »

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Cats can get free vaccinations from organizations such as the ASPCA, The Pet Fund and The Humane Society. Free cat vaccination availability varies from state to state and is often dependant on proof of public assistance. More »

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Kitten owners may de-flea a kitten as early as 4 weeks of age if using Capstar, an oral medication for killing fleas. Topical medications cannot be applied until the kitten reaches 8 weeks of age, and some may not be app... More »

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Kittens are able to be neutered as early as 6 weeks of age, according to Cat Channel. Known as early-age or pediatric neutering, the procedure is possible on kittens who weigh at least two pounds. More »

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The American Veterinary Medical Association encourages pet owners to surgically sterilize their cats as early as possible, between 8 and 16 weeks of age. In the past, veterinarians would wait until cats had gone through ... More »

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Kittens are generally ready to leave their mother and start eating regular food at about eight weeks of age. Until this age, kittens get all the nutrition they need from their mother's milk, although they may start tasti... More »

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