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Neutering Facts

Neutering couldn't be simpler. It is a routine operation and most animals are back on their feet again straight away. There are some keys points to consider in making the decision of having your pet neutered. however, when you consider the thousands of already unwanted animals around, it is the only responsible thing to do!

Benefits of neutering

Neutering has benefits that apply not only to cats and dogs, but also other species like ferrets and rabbits. Click here to read all about the benefits of neutering.



We love cats here at the Nottingham and Notts Branch of the RSPCA. However, they are incredibly good at reproducing and this causes a problem with over population. We recommend neutering for this reason but also to protect your pet. Click here to find out more about neutering your cat.

PLEASE NOTE: Our neutering schemes and assistance vouchers are for members of the public only. We cannot subsidise neutering for other rescues or charities.

If you would like any more information then please don't hesitate to Contact us.

Remember that you do not have to receive benefits to qualify for these services, but you must live in our Branch Area.

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