Kitty Freaks Out When He Finds Out He's Been Neutered

NewsflarePublished: October 17, 2017167,505 viewsVirality: 3%
Published: October 17, 2017

An amusing video has emerged of a cat staring at the camera in shock after he realizes that he got sterilized.

In the footage, captured in Chengdu City in Sichuan Province on September 17, the American Shorthair looks down at its groin and then looks at the camera with its eyes and mouth wide-open.

This cat was enjoying his daily cleaning routine of licking its groin like most cats do, but then, all of a sudden, the cat stopped licking itself as if something was wrong, and looked up with a face full of surprise and mild confusion.

He stares straight into the camera with an open mouth and eyes wide, looking at its owner in disbelief.

Neutering is a general term used to describe the castration of a male animal. However, neutering is often used in reference to both genders. The surgical procedure, performed by a veterinarian, renders the animal incapable of reproducing.

Imagine the horror when this cat realizes that his man-parts are gone! His reaction is priceless! He looks like he just had a stroke. What a CAT-ASTROPHE!

With his mouth open wide and eyes looking startled, the cat appears utterly confused with the situation.

The owner can be heard chuckling away in the background at the cat's incredible reaction. He cannot believe what just happened.

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      gurmco_inc ยท 5 weeks ago

      Nope. Everyone is wrong. This has nothing to do with being neutered. It has everything to do with something called the Jacobson's organ at the back of the cat's throat that cats use to smell certain scents, mainly urine, more deeply. They have this automatic reaction of opening their mouth when they smell certain things which draws the scent into that organ. It's totally irresponsible to claim that he is upset about being neutered. Neutering is a largely harmless procedure and the vast majority of cats have no adverse reaction to it at all. And spaying and neutering can reduce the stray cat population and also reduce the number of unwanted cats at shelters that end up getting euthanized. People are already not spaying and neutering enough we don't need to give them the idea that it's upsetting to their cats with dumb videos like this.