Posted by **Summer** on Monday, August 4, 2008 at 12:26pm.

Is it necessary for kittens to get their uterus taken out so that they don't have kids? I mean, is it really bad for them if they don't?

and will it hurt the kitten who is getting the operation?

*also* is it scientifically proven that if you stay too close to a cat, you can't have kids? probably a myth :P

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