- A new injection using gene therapy could sterilize cats permanently.
- The injection delivers a gene that produces high levels of anti-müllerian hormone.
- The gene therapy doesn't affect the cat's behavior or health.
- The injection could be a cheap and safe solution to sterilize free-roaming cats.
- The therapy could also be used for human contraception.
There’s more than one way to spay a cat
A new gene therapy injection could sterilize cats permanently, offering a cheap, safe, and long-lasting solution to free-roaming cats that spread diseases and cause suffering to other animals. The therapy could also be used for human contraception.