Neutering

Please be a responsible cat owner and get your cat neutered

Skegness & District Cats Protection offers financial assistance for neutering

If you live in postcode areas
PE22, PE23, PE24, PE25, LN13 & LN12 we can provide financial help towards the cost of neutering your cat(s).  Please note some restrictions will apply.

£25 voucher towards a male castrate

£40 voucher towards a female spay

Telephone:  0345 260 1383

Email:  info@skegness.cats.org.uk

Website:  www.cats.org.uk/skegness

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/SkegnessCP

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/SkegnessCP


Each year the Skegness & District branch assists owners financially towards the cost of neutering over 1000 cats in our area.

If you do not live in one of our postcode areas, please ring the National Cat Centre on 03000 121212 for details of your nearest branch.

Vouchers will be sent directly to your vet and therefore you must allow time after your initial contact call in order for the voucher to arrive before the date of the operation. 

Vouchers will not be issued AFTER a cat has been neutered.

Cats Protection champions neutering as the only effective way to reduce the number of unwanted cats in the UK.

Cats Protection recommends early neutering from four months of age but certainly no later than six months.

Did you know that from the age of just six months, a female cat can have up to three litters every year, and can in just five years, be responsible for 20,000 descendants?

You will need to consult with your vet to see if your kitten is old enough to be neutered.

Neutering is a safe, painless way of controlling the cat population. It also helps reduce your household costs as caring for a mother and kittens is very expensive. Although some owners try and recoup this cost by selling kittens, there are already thousands and thousands of unwanted cats and kittens out there already, we don’t need more! Many owners also find that kittens are harder to sell than they first thought and then ask Cats Protection to take them into care, adding to our problems.