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Spay/neuter cats, dogs ferrets and rabbits from only £15.00 @ Friends of the Animals

The earlier post about the spayed dog reminded me I need to have our kitten done - a friend told me about this over the weekend - I know it's quite specific but it's a very good offer from a local cha…
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wotguvnotmeguv .

Don't see the problem myself.

Its a charity working to reduce unwanted puppies/kittens. If they only wanted to help people on low incomes or unemployed they would say so on the website or have some sort of check to prevent people over a certain income using them.

Why should people pay more isn't that the whole point of this website.

As for the vet costs the vet must agree to do these operations as they can't be forced to do them. Do you really think the charity will be paying a vet £200 to spay a dog.
You are silly in saying i am on my high horse however I will inform you of the following just so your fully informed of the working of Friends of the Animals. From their website .....''Friends of the Animals are working to reduce the number of stray and abandoned animals, and believe that prevention is the key.

We have spayed / neutered more than 19,500 (mainly) dogs and cats - which has prevented thousands of unwanted animals from being born into a largely uncaring world.

They as a charity work to produce a low cost voucher - which I have bought to get my pedigree dog spayed. Not that I have to justify myself to you but I do work , very hard, very well educated and a professional person. I chose to help a charity by buying a voucher from them. They also offer online voucher purchasing for neutering and spaying of dogs and cats in the USA ! So to sum up its a voucher not me ripping them off. They work to reduce animals being unneccessarily born. I could scrape together £200 but chose instead to pay £50 ... I will end my conversation here. THANKS TO GILESWENDES !! You are very suppportive PUPPPU Maybe the other one on here critisizing is from Southampton ? LOL
I agree I work but dont have £200 actually so i am not feeling guilty about paying £50 to the charity. Its about stopping any unwanted animals being born. I regularly give to charity including clothing, toys etc... and I did pay for my pedigree dogs but still feel fine about this offer.
@wotguvnotmeguv- You'd pay £200 over £50? I think those that are financially buoyant would be best off making a payment to the charity over inflated vets prices.
To be fair we don't know of the arrangement between the vets and charity. The vets may well be offering this as a free service - I know where I'll take my pets in the future so it's in their interests. They might be getting a much reduced rate? It's an offer they've made that I think is reasonable to accept.

Also, a service like this reduces the number of unwanted animals and therefore the cost to charities that support the rescue services. Everyone needs to take responsibility and I think that maybe this should be supported by government.
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