Well, the time has come for little Coco to be spayed but there might be a small hitch. Coco seems to be 'a little' on heat. If she is, the vet will bring on her ovulation on Friday and do the spay early next week. I kind-of know what is involved in bringing on Coco's ovulation but not really. Can anyone explain how it's done or point me in the right direction? The other question is, why is it not good/dangerous to spay a cat if she's in heat? Forgive my ignorance, I've tried to find out by doing searches on the net but I can only find stuff about why it's good to spay/neuter your cat and why it's better to do it before the first heat. Coco is doing very well, giving us big smooches and getting a little better every day with Milo and Popcorn.
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9/4/02 at 6:38am