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Will a spayed cat continue to produce milk

Species: cat | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 17 April 2007 04:42PM | viewed 5330 times
Q Alan asks:

If a feeding queen is spayed whilst kittens are 4 weeks, will she continue to produce milk?

Q Our vet says: All individuals are different but in my opinion I would suggest you get her spayed a little later (once the kittens have been properly weaned).

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