So you want to get your furry feline friend neutered? We can help.

Live in NORTH OR EAST AYRSHIRE * and is your cat or kitten 4 months old or older.. if so, its time to spay / neuter!

Have more than one cat/kitten?  
Feral colony?  
Farm cats?  
Factory cats?  
We can help you too.  Just get in touch.
It's really simple.  Here's how:
Pick up the phone and call us on 0345 371 4218 (Mon-Fri) or email us at or message us on Facebook (North Ayrshire Cats Protection).  We will get back to you within 48 hours with friendly and knowledgeable help.
Let us know:
  • Your contact details (your name, address and phone number)
  • the names, ages and sexes of your cat/s
  • the name of the vet practice you prefer to use
  • let us know if you have a cat basket
  • do you need assistance with transport?  
Remember that the sooner you get your cat neutered the greater the benefits for the health and welfare of your own cat/s and for the welfare of cats in general.
Why Neuter?

  • Neutering is the best way to deal with the issue of unwanted and expensive pregnancies - by preventing the problem in the first place. 
  • Ayrshire is already over-run with unwanted cats and kittens.
  • Neutering also has many health benefits for your cat, both males and females, so a neutered cat will have a longer average life expectancy than an unneutered cat.
  • The chance of contracting some infectious cat diseases will be reduced, as will the likelihood of developing mammary tumours (breast cancers), pyometra (life threatening womb infections), testicular cancer, and many other illnesses including incurable FIV and feline leukaemia which can be transmitted through breeding and fighting.
  • Unneutered male cats are more likely to end up injured from fighting, or to stray from home. They can often spray smelly urine to attract potential mates, and experience stress from frustration if they don't find one. 
  • Neutering is a WIN-WIN situation - your cat has a longer and healthier life, you will have less to worry about, and there will be less strays and unwanted cats in need of our help in Ayrshire.