So you want to get your furry feline friend neutered? We can help.
Here at Cats Protection we can give you up to date advice about neutering and get it done for free if you are on a low income or means-tested benefits.
It’s simple really. Here's how:
Pick up the phone and call us on 0345 371 2739 & leave a message in Mailbox 4 with your contact details.
We are all volunteers so may not be able to get back to you immediately. However we will get back to you within 48hrs. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our web enquiry form.
Our friendly and knowledgeable volunteers will contact you and discuss your cat’s needs and offer information and advice. The earliest recommended age for neutering is 4 months so don’t leave it much later than this or you could end up with an unwanted litter of kittens!
- If your furry friend is ready to take the leap we will then direct you to one of our approved veterinary surgeries.
- All you have to do is book your cat/kitten an appointment and make sure you have a secure cat carrier and transport to and from the vets. We can help with transport if you have a disability or no way of getting there.
- We will take care of the cost of the neutering operation so you do not have to part with any money. The vet will explain any pre/post operative care which should be strictly followed for the welfare of your cat.
Why not call us today! 0345 371 2739
We are always happy to talk about cats, discuss their needs and offer advice. Remember that the sooner you get your cat neutered the greater the benefits for the health and welfare of your cat and the welfare of cats in general.
- Neutering of male cats means they are less likely to roam and fight sometimes resulting in serious injury. It also decreases the need to display territorial behaviour such as spraying.
- Neutering of female cats prevents litters of unwanted kittens and undesirable behaviour such as calling and wailing.
- It can also greatly reduce the risk of the both sexes contracting serious and sometimes fatal feline diseases such as FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) & FELV (Feline Leukaemia Virus).
- There are also many other health benefits for the cat and you are less likely to end up with costly vet bills by taking control of the situation and getting your cat neutered sooner rather than later.
Be a responsible owner and help prevent the continued increase in the number of unwanted cats and kittens already searching for loving homes.