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Cat Neutering Campaign

We are currently running a Cat Neutering Campaign offering 20% discount on spay and castrating from now till end of May

Spaying will be £60.00 instead of £75.00  and castrating will be £40.00 instead of £50.00

Microchip at the time of neutering will be £15.00 instead of £20.00

WHY SHOULD YOU SPAY OR NEUTER YOUR CAT

The decision to spay or neuter your pet is an important one for pet owners. It can be the single best decision you make for their long-term welfare.

Your Pet’s Health

Reports have shown that pets that live in areas with the highest rates of spaying/neutering also live the longest.

Part of the reduced lifespan of unaltered pets can be attributed to their increased urge to roam, exposing them to fights with other animals, getting struck by cars, and other mishaps.

Another contributor to the increased longevity of altered pets involves the reduced risk of certain types of cancers including uterine cancer and other cancers of the reproductive system.

Medical evidence indicates that females spayed before their first heat are typically healthier and male pets who are neutered eliminate the chances of testicular cancer and they may also benefit from lowered rates of prostate cancer.

Curb Bad Behaviour

For cats, the urge to spray is extremely strong in an intact cat, and neutering solves 90% of all marking issues, even in cats that have been doing it for a while. It can also minimize howling, the urge to roam, and fighting with other males.

Reduce Pet Homelessness

Many people are surprised to learn that many healthy, adoptable cats and dogs are euthanized
annually. Spay/neuter is the only permanent, effective method of birth control for dogs and cats.

Cut Costs

When you factor in the long-term costs potentially incurred by a non-altered pet, the savings afforded by spay/neuter are clear. Caring for a pet with reproductive system cancer or pyometra can easily run into thousands of pounds. Additionally serious fighting is more common between unaltered pets and can also incur high veterinary costs.

Contact us today to book your appointment.

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