Please note that we can only help with neutering costs if you live in the ME14-20 + TN12 postcode areas.

For all other areas, please click here 

Neutering is one of the kindest things you can do for your cat

We can help you towards the cost of neutering your cat if you live in the above postcode areas and are in receipt of benefits. If you are not on benefit but are on a low income, please contact us as you may also qualify.

Please use our Contact us form to send us your full name, address and postcode, the benefit you are in receipt of as well as the sex, age and origin of your cat and we may help by issuing a voucher towards the cost of the operation.

We will ask for proof of the benefit you are receiving. If you are not on benefit and would like to discuss your financial position with us, please let us know and indicate your preferred contact details on the form.

Vouchers are worth £25 towards a male neuter and £40 towards a female neuter. You will have to pay your vet the balance and prices do vary from vet to vet.

Please note it can take 10 days for your request to be processed and we won't process incomplete requests.

Please make sure that you have your voucher before you make an appointment at the vet.

Our recommended neutering age for your pet cat is four months  However, for kittens this will depend upon their size and their health. Your vet will decide when it is appropriate to neuter your kitten or cat. A longer expiry date may be required on your voucher.

Cats Protection helps neuter around 150,000 cats and kittens, including around 20,000 ferals, every year.
Find out more about neutering your cat, from the process itself to the various health benefits, in our vet-approved guide.

Kitten Neutering

Kitten neutering kitten

At Cats Protection, we are very aware that cats are often neutered too late in life when they have already produced at least one litter of kittens. Find out more about our kitten neutering.

Importance of neutering

Volunteer with kitten on shoulder

Neutering is one of Cats Protection’s three primary objectives. Find out more why we champion neutering and it's benefits.