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Spay and snip from RSPCA Sussex North

RSPCA Sussex North branch offer low-cost* neutering vouchers to people on Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income Support, Pension Credit or Employment and Support Allowance. To get your voucher, phone Elaine on 01444 819312 between 10am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

To protect cats and dogs from getting pregnant, your girl will need to go the vet to have a simple operation called spaying (also known as ‘fixing’, ‘neutering’ or ‘being done’).


When your girl cat is about four months old, she will start to attract the attention of tomcats who will want to have sex with her so it’s important to have her spayed before she is four months old to protect her from getting pregnant while she is still a kitten herself. Many people don’t realise this and end up with unplanned litters - in fact 85% of litters are unplanned.

Your boy cat will need to have a simple operation, called the snip. This can stop him from spraying in your house to mark his territory, which can be very smelly, and getting nasty injuries from fights. He will also be less likely to wander off and get run over, as cats that are snipped tend to stay closer to home.

What’s involved in the operation?

Your cat will need to be dropped off at the vets, and picked up again later that same day. The operation is very simple. Once they are back at home, they will need to stay in for a short time but they will soon be fit and well again.

 

*From £10 for cats and from £40 for dogs

 
 

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Spay and snip from RSPCA Sussex North

RSPCA Sussex North branch offer low-cost* neutering vouchers to people on Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income Support, Pension Credit or Employment and Support Allowance. To get your voucher, phone Elaine on 01444 819312 between 10am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

To protect cats and dogs from getting pregnant, your girl will need to go the vet to have a simple operation called spaying (also known as ‘fixing’, ‘neutering’ or ‘being done’).


When your girl cat is about four months old, she will start to attract the attention of tomcats who will want to have sex with her so it’s important to have her spayed before she is four months old to protect her from getting pregnant while she is still a kitten herself. Many people don’t realise this and end up with unplanned litters - in fact 85% of litters are unplanned.

Your boy cat will need to have a simple operation, called the snip. This can stop him from spraying in your house to mark his territory, which can be very smelly, and getting nasty injuries from fights. He will also be less likely to wander off and get run over, as cats that are snipped tend to stay closer to home.

What’s involved in the operation?

Your cat will need to be dropped off at the vets, and picked up again later that same day. The operation is very simple. Once they are back at home, they will need to stay in for a short time but they will soon be fit and well again.

 

*From £10 for cats and from £40 for dogs

 
 
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