The major argument in “Fixing what isn’t broken”

I think the major argument is whether to have your animal spayed or neutered, due to having over burden animal shelters, and the pain and suffering of an unwanted pet. I don’t think that the writer made his or her case because if it was easily done as said in the spaying and neutering of animals, to a problem with the responsibility of having a cat or dog. Even though the surgery is considered cheap, and what they think may be best for the animal, owners love their pets and don’t want to see the personality of their animals change in any way.


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