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Vet told me it was rare for kittens to go into heat before 6 months?
Eveliina was at the vet today and everything went well - she now weighs 3 lbs!
I am curious about one thing though. I asked when she is willing spay Eveliina and she said six months (I kind of figured that). I asked her if she could spay her a bit earlier. She told me she can, but she doesn't recommend it. She began telling me that it is "very rare" for kittens to get their first heat before 6 months of age. How true is this? She made it seem like it was never heard of. :-k I just want to know is it as rare as she is says it is. What are your opinions on this?
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