Free Cats Protection Neutering Voucher
HOW IT WORKS
Depending where you live will dictate whether you are entitled to a FREE, £5 or £10 neutering voucher. For instance in Greater London people receiving certain state benefits, those on low incomes and students are eligible. Normally the cost of neutering can be between £30-60, so this offer represents a significant saving. Remember, it is recommended you neuter your cat at four months old or younger to prevent unwanted pregnancies (and kittens to feed!)
WHAT YOU GET
FREE, £5 or £10 neutering voucher for your pet cat courtesy of Cats Protection. If you don't live in the major UK cities covered, you many still get help from their local branches. So click through to find out more...
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