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blue cross dog/cat neutering help with a £25 voucher

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Not sure if can post on here so please remove if not! Might help someone though Blue cross are offering help towards cat and dog neutering to encourage people to have them done!
ellese11 Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago35 Comments
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My daughter did a work placement during her training at a PDSA clinic. She was shocked how many people were bringing in very expensive breeds of pups and kittens for Neutering free of charge. She had the idea that the PDSA would be providing free/cheap vet care to pets that belonged to people who were unfortunate enough to have fallen on hard times.
Why has this ended up an argument about benefits? Nobody knows other peoples personal situations so shouldnt just presume everything! Anyone with 'a perfect life' can fall on their **** and need help at any time in their lives! Surly they wouldnt be complaining then??! Theres a difference between been on benefits because they need help and no other choice and been on them because they cant be bothered to get of their **** and work!!
moneysavingkitten
lynsaydyson
jongerry
lynsaydyson
My comment was not to cause offence. I work and so does my husband. We dont have much left once general living is paid for but at just over the £20k mark means we cant get any help. I know some who struggle on benefits and i know some who live the life on benefits and all im saying is everyone is entitled to own a pet no matter what they earn. If having pets neutered is the main target here it should be offered to everyone on a first come first served basis.
So what you are saying is that you should have an equal chance at this charities funds alongside some OAP on much less than you earn whose pet is their only companion. Would you elbow them out of the way,after all they couldn't put up much of a struggle? I would be ashamed to be you.
Good job your not me then isnt it.just like im more than happy not to be you. What im saying is there are already charities out there offered animal services like pdsa to those on benefits. Why is there no offers that run along side it to offer discounts on the over priced neutoring of pets if they feel this is such a problem and animal cruelty to everyone else. Surely they want all animals to have the same chance. Should the message not be if you can not afford a pet and its care not to get one.
I can't believe you are actually saying because the PDSA exist this scheme shouldn't run. You seem to be forgetting this scheme is run for the benefit of animals welfare, not people's.
Jog on and stop using this thread to bash people on benefits. There are plenty of other threads for that.


...or they could go away and read the Daily Mail. It's always having a go at people on benefits. Brainwashed those working that those on benefits are a lazy scourge on society. Whereas the majority of people have just fallen on hard times. At any moment, any of our lives could start to unravel and fall apart - any of us could end up on benefits.
lynsaydyson
moneysavingkitten
lynsaydyson
jongerry
lynsaydyson
My comment was not to cause offence. I work and so does my husband. We dont have much left once general living is paid for but at just over the £20k mark means we cant get any help. I know some who struggle on benefits and i know some who live the life on benefits and all im saying is everyone is entitled to own a pet no matter what they earn. If having pets neutered is the main target here it should be offered to everyone on a first come first served basis.
So what you are saying is that you should have an equal chance at this charities funds alongside some OAP on much less than you earn whose pet is their only companion. Would you elbow them out of the way,after all they couldn't put up much of a struggle? I would be ashamed to be you.
Good job your not me then isnt it.just like im more than happy not to be you. What im saying is there are already charities out there offered animal services like pdsa to those on benefits. Why is there no offers that run along side it to offer discounts on the over priced neutoring of pets if they feel this is such a problem and animal cruelty to everyone else. Surely they want all animals to have the same chance. Should the message not be if you can not afford a pet and its care not to get one.
I can't believe you are actually saying because the PDSA exist this scheme shouldn't run. You seem to be forgetting this scheme is run for the benefit of animals welfare, not people's.
Jog on and stop using this thread to bash people on benefits. There are plenty of other threads for that.
Oh shut up. Im not bashing those on benefits i know plenty of people on benefits with very different circumstances. And everyone is entitled to an opinion
Even if it is a mean,nasty,thoughtless one. Better to be thought a fool than open your mouth and confirm it.
So I presume as you both work your pet is alone all day,not ideal.
moneysavingkitten
lynsaydyson
jongerry
lynsaydyson
My comment was not to cause offence. I work and so does my husband. We dont have much left once general living is paid for but at just over the £20k mark means we cant get any help. I know some who struggle on benefits and i know some who live the life on benefits and all im saying is everyone is entitled to own a pet no matter what they earn. If having pets neutered is the main target here it should be offered to everyone on a first come first served basis.
So what you are saying is that you should have an equal chance at this charities funds alongside some OAP on much less than you earn whose pet is their only companion. Would you elbow them out of the way,after all they couldn't put up much of a struggle? I would be ashamed to be you.
Good job your not me then isnt it.just like im more than happy not to be you. What im saying is there are already charities out there offered animal services like pdsa to those on benefits. Why is there no offers that run along side it to offer discounts on the over priced neutoring of pets if they feel this is such a problem and animal cruelty to everyone else. Surely they want all animals to have the same chance. Should the message not be if you can not afford a pet and its care not to get one.
I can't believe you are actually saying because the PDSA exist this scheme shouldn't run. You seem to be forgetting this scheme is run for the benefit of animals welfare, not people's.
Jog on and stop using this thread to bash people on benefits. There are plenty of other threads for that.

Oh shut up. Im not bashing those on benefits i know plenty of people on benefits with very different circumstances. And everyone is entitled to an opinion
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dog cages (new) from £25.00 @ BlueCross

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went to our local blue cross animal charity in bromsgrove yesterday and noticed that their pet cages were reduced by almost half price. the xl size was reduced from £75 to £45. also the beds and light…
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These on ebay are cheaper and better... much stronger. £40.99 delivered for the largest (48 inches).

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dog-Cages-Puppy-Small-Medium-Large-All-Sizes-Black-/180720425464?pt=UK_Pet_Supplies_Dogs&var=&hash=item6fc4556b42#ht_11019wt_1139

Edited By: delusion on Sep 07, 2011 18:50
The XL sized one looks ideal for children. Bargain!
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