To Overcome Rabies, Hundreds Of Male Cats In East Jakarta Castrated –

[ad_1] – Last Wednesday (11/14), the Food, Maritime and Agriculture Office in East Jakarta (KPKP) castrated or castrated hundreds of thousands of male cats.

It is known that there are 132 male cats. This campaign is one of the efforts to maintain the Rabies-Free Jakarta program. Subsection KPKP. Head of the Livestock Department, Irma Budiarti, also explained that cats that are subject to the castration process are only those whose health standards are met.

"There are a lot, there are 137 in common, we have 5 sick people who are not castrated. So it's only castrated 132," he said.

Not only castration, but also in vaccines. Regular castration is performed on cats and dogs of both wild and pets every two years. In addition to preventing rabies, this target is also to prevent the wildlife population in Jakarta.
Castrated Cat. (** / dian)


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