image5The argument against neutering/spaying is very common. However, think of a counterargument that we don't often think about: Don't we intervene in nature when we let our animals reproduce, giving uncontrolled puppy/kitten births that we cannot take care of later?

Don't we intervene in nature when we abandon animals to survive alone, suffering from starvation and abuse?

And most importantly, don't we intervene in nature when we "euthanize" these unwanted animals?

Besides, animal sexual interaction is only for reproduction and is mainly driven by instinct and not emotions. In other words, the neutered/spayed animal does not secretes the reproduction hormones, so it does not feel deprived as many mistakenly believe. In the same way female animals do not ''need'' motherhood, something that is also mistakenly believed.