Should the drug for regulation of sexual hunting be used or should the problem be solved in other ways?

Spaying and neutering are irreversible and exert constant pressure on metabolic processes for the rest of the animal’s life. A hormonal drug for the regulation of sexual hunting of a new generation, such as Gestrenol, developed specifically for male and female cats, has a mild and reversible effect on the animal body. Unlike spaying and neutering, the use of Gestrenol does not mean giving up the opportunity to have offspring – it is enough just to stop taking it and reproductive function is restored within 2-3 months.

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