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Postal address: PO Box 13562, Birmingham, B23 3DS. Website:
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Date: 01/05/2008


Neutering – Did you know that….

There are thousands of unwanted cats in the UK please don’t add to that number! Be a responsible owner and have your cat neutered (both males and females) between four and six months of age.

Cats Protection seeks to dispel myths, spread the neutering message and make it easier for owners on low incomes to get their cats neutered. If you can’t afford to get your cat neutered because you are on
means-tested benefits, then we may be able to contribute towards the cost.

We may be able to help….

You can qualify for support if you live in the North Birmingham area, are the owner of the cat that is to be neutered and also one of the following:

• A full-time student
• On means tested benefit

If your application is successful, you will be sent a voucher which must be given to your veterinary surgeon when your cat goes for its operation. The current value of the vouchers is £26 for female cats and £20 for male cats. You will need to pay the remaining amount yourself directly to the veterinary practice.

How to get help…..

To apply for a voucher or request more information leave a message on our Helpline on 0121 377 6302
clearly stating your name and telephone number and that you are requesting a Neutering Voucher.
Please remember that we are all volunteers and cannot return your call immediately but will do our best to contact you within 24 hours.

Alternatively, you can go to our “Contact Us” web page and complete the web enquiry form.

Important – If you live in the South Birmingham area please visit

Why neuter ?:

More information about the benefits of neutering can be found in the Cats Protection guidance leaflet that can be downloaded at the following link

Cats recover very quickly from neutering operations but we’d recommend following your vet’s advice on how to look after your cat after his operation.

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