When Can Kittens Go Outside Unsupervised
Four months old is the earliest kittens can be neutered.
When can kittens go outside unsupervised. It is best not to leave your kitten outside alone until it is 6 months old and it is essential that it is neutered from 4 months of age before allowing it unsupervised access. It s not safe for a kitten to venture outside until at least a week after their initial vaccinations. You should also make sure your kitten seems confident enough in the house first as going outside can be a little daunting to begin with. Secondly we d recommend not letting your cat outside until you ve had it microchipped.
We would recommend letting your kitten out with supervised access to the outside once they re about 4 months old and have been neutered had all their vaccinations and are fully settled into your home. That way if the worst is to happen and your kitten goes on an unsupervised wander and can t find its way back someone will be able to identify him or her. This gives them time to mature and also to be neutered. If you have adopted an adult cat you probably will have been advised to keep it in for 2 3 weeks to settle into its new home.
It s unlikely you ll take ownership of your cat much before then anyway since a kitten should be with its mother until it s at least eight weeks old ideally 12 13 weeks.
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