Getting a new kitten is a very exciting time for many prospective cat owners but there are always many things that need to be considered when bringing a new pet into your family.
If you’re thinking of adopting a cat it’s understandable that you’d want to know if it’s better to adopt a female or a male cat.
You’ll be wondering whether the sex of your kitty will have an impact on the care that you will need to provide and whether it affects your family or lifestyle.
I have had both male and female kitties in my family, they each have had their own personalities and quirks and I have loved them all for the individuals that they are.
Of course there are always obvious differences between male and female with any species, but whichever you decide please be aware that the best course of action is to spay or neuter your kitten as soon as they reach the required age.
There are many reasons for this, health being one of them, but mainly because there are so many unwanted kittens worldwide and so many of them are euthanised, a neutered kitty is a great way of keeping the population down and putting a stop to these wasted lives.
Take a look at this informative video that explains everything you need to consider when deciding on adopting a male or female cat:
I hope this video has given you some insight into making a decision on having a cat in your family, because once you do your life will be never the same, it will be full of love, fun and happiness!