Neutering

The new Cats Protection £10 Neutering and microchipping Scheme is now available at participating vets. If you are eligible for the scheme please contact the vets on the scheme directly.

To find participating vets please click on the link below:

https://www.cats.org.uk/what-we-do/neutering/find-a-vet-new-scheme



If there are no participating vets in your area please contact:

Cats Protection Central Neutering Tel: 03000 12 12 12 option 2. 
Opening hours: Monday - Friday. 9.30am to 1pm.

For stray/feral cat neutering vouchers for ONLY, where there are no participating vets
Email: coordinator@northumbria.cats.org.uk

Why should I have my cat neutered? Neutering your cats protects them against illness such as STDs and womb infections etc. It also helps to prevent cats from wandering in search of mates. Females cats came become quite distressed if they are frequently 'in season', not to mention the size of the litters cats produce and the fact that they have the ability to reproduce from a very young age. To find out more about this please have a look at this leaflet

If you are on a means tested benefit (including Working Tax Credit and Pension credit but not just state pension) and live in the qualifying post code areas you may qualify for help from Cats Protection towards getting your cat 'done' - known as neutering - you can contact the below listed vets direct if you qualify, but you MUST ring the vet beforehand to check they have enough vouchers left - do not just book your cat in then turn up expecting a voucher