Vets and animal charities all recommend that you neuter you pets. Neutering has many health benefits for your pet. It can prevent them from developing serious health issues in the future, such as certain types of cancer or pyometra, impacting their quality of life and giving their owners large vet bills.
Neutering also stops your pet from having unwanted litters – leaving you with the associated costs and the responsibility of finding loving homes. There are already hundreds of thousands of unwanted animals in shelters and rescue centres across the UK and neutering your pet means you won’t add to the problem.
Whether you own a dog, cat or rabbit, neutering can help your pet to live longer and enjoy a better quality of life.
Cats Protection recommend that cats are neutered at around 4 months as that is when cats can start getting pregnant. Neutered cats live longer, healthier lives and it is the most humane way to stop unwanted pregnancies.
The cost of neutering a cat can vary between £50-£100 depending on your vet, however, Cats Protection, a registered charity will neuter your cat for free.
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