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Cat Neutering Vouchers Available from Blue Cross

26 February 2015
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UK - Blue Cross is delighted to be offering vouchers for cat owners to get their pets neutered at a discount.

Having your female cat spayed protects them from getting pregnant, preventing unwanted litters and complications with pregnancy. It can also protect them from developing potentially deadly diseases of the ovaries and uterus.

Male cats that haven’t been neutered are also more likely to roam and fight, putting them at risk of injury, infected wounds and contracting diseases, including FIV - the feline equivalent of HIV.

How do I get a voucher?

Blue Cross has a limited number of cat neutering vouchers and they will be given away on a first come, first served basis. The vouchers are valid until 1 June 2015.

You can get a voucher from a selection of our rehoming centres, or from a selection of our charity shops, or by contacting the Blue Cross Veterinary Grant Scheme by calling 01993 825542 or emailing vetgrant@bluecross.org.uk.

You can get a voucher from these Blue Cross rehoming centres:

Felixstowe
Southampton
Lewknor
Hertfordshire
Burford
Cambridge
Thirsk
Northiam
Torbay
Blue Cross rehoming and advice unit inside Pets at Home in Swindon

You can get a voucher from these Blue Cross charity shops:

Abergavenny
Andover
Chippenham
Cannock
Droitwich
Egham
Frome
Dursley
Fleet
Heath Hayes
Hereford
Kidlington
Leamington Spa
Ledbury
Nantwich
Stafford
Warminster
Wootton Bassett
Yate
Yardley

Do I qualify?

The vouchers are available to everyone and you don’t have to meet our usual eligibility criteria to get them.

They are valid at any private vet surgery in the UK – but make sure you check with your vet first.

It is also worth checking the cost of the procedure with your vet first to make sure you are aware of the full cost.

The vouchers give £20 towards the cost of castrating a male cat, and £30 towards the cost of spaying a female cat.

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