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Neuter Your Cat For Free - Sutton&Cheam

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Neuter Your Cat For Free

Sutton and Cheam Cats Protection are offering FREE neutering!

Cats Protection generally recommends that cats are neutered at around four months of age or younger. Neutered cats live longer, healthier lives and it is the most humane way to stop unwanted pregnancies. Neutering also prevents some cancers, reduces straying, fighting and spraying.

For more information, contact us on:
07850 742 021

Sutton and Cheam Branch
[email protected]
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dalipsinghno1
I don't know who these are. If you scroll right to the bottom they give their registered company details which includes company reg number when I searched the E&W one 203644 it can't be found giving the result
Company Number Not Found - Please Try Again
don't worry I didn't leave any space b4 or after.... I also tried to search for the name it doesn't come up. The company House WebCheck

Also the email is hotmail for a registered company. There is a [email protected] so why don't they just advertise that.

I am not going to knock it yet If OP have used them he/she can verify this here if someone near Sutton can go and pay a visit to see who they are if they exist then please let us all know.

A charity like this does need recognition if they are genuine so please don't take this but do your research before handing your beloved pets to anyone.

Try searching the charities register and you shall find them on there

http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/find-charities/
#2
simplyjimbo

Try searching the charities register and you shall find them on there

http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/find-charities/

Thanks
Sorry for the confusion. I thought they will be registered with the link I provided as a company. But as a charity I should have thought of it.

I will retract my comment....

Edited By: dalipsinghno1 on Jul 02, 2014 19:56
#3
What's neuturing?
#4
livesf
What's neuturing?

click here
1 Like #5
@livesf. You shouldn't have pets if you don't know what neuturing is....
#6
bgirl6133
@livesf. You shouldn't have pets if you don't know what neuturing is....
When did lives said he has a pet he might be nearly asking as per knowledge...
#7
Just to clear this for those thinking of taking advantage of this deal it says
Neutering assistance for owners receiving certain benefits on their contact page... so I assume this deal post is only for those on benefits and then not all benefits only certain ones so ask them which one's they accept.

Also just for us who don't know is it only for Sutton and Cheam residents or anyone who can get the pet there....
1 Like #8
If you live in an urban environment and have a tom that has not been neutered, please have him arranged asap. It is far kinder to the cat than letting him roam and fight and risk infection or worse just to secure territory. A neutered tom lives a far less stressful life and you don't have to worry as much about him being out or the cost of veterinary services.

It is preferable to have him neutered before six months old. Any time however, is better and kinder than not.
1 Like #9
Just get your tom neutered even if this deal applies only to people on benefits. It really doesn't cost much and some vets (and the PDSA) will offer neutering for free if your budget is genuinely tight.

Get the free 3.3MB PDSA .pdf file/booklet on pet neutering from the link here: http://www.pdsa.org.uk/files/rpc_neutering.pdf


Edited By: loiterer on Jul 03, 2014 11:44
#10
bgirl6133
@livesf. You shouldn't have pets if you don't know what neuturing is....
You're so catty!:3
#11
We had the wife's pussy done!:3
#12
Need one of these for dogs!
#13
bgirl6133
@livesf. You shouldn't have pets if you don't know what neuturing is....
dalipsinghno1
bgirl6133
@livesf. You shouldn't have pets if you don't know what neuturing is....
When did lives said he has a pet he might be nearly asking as per knowledge...

I don't have a pet. I was just asking. Thanks dalipsinghno1 for saying that I have a right to ask. (not sarcastic)
#14
Can't believe someone who would bother to view a deal like this has never heard of Cats Protection or not know what neuter means. oO
#15
Its not free I had to pay £12 for a microchip and I had to have one put in I didn't have a choice :3
#16
oO just imaging a man with a pair of scissors :D
#17
danielrobson50
Need one of these for dogs!

Or maybe you should consider the costs of keeping a pet in the first instance!

Edited By: xera22xc on Jul 05, 2014 05:33
banned#18
thanks for sharing, need it for my cat :)
1 Like #19
They should run a scheme like this to neuter chavs and put an end to the Jeremy Kyle guests.
#20
xera22xc
danielrobson50
Need one of these for dogs!

Or maybe you should consider the costs of keeping a pet in the first instance!

Fool, not my issue. My puppy is perfectly fine and is currently waiting for first season. It's the idoits who don't and that's why animal shelters are full all over the country.
#21
Wonder if this applicable to the scummy mummies too of slutton
#22
loiterer
If you live in an urban environment and have a tom that has not been neutered, please have him arranged asap. It is far kinder to the cat than letting him roam and fight and risk infection or worse just to secure territory. A neutered tom lives a far less stressful life and you don't have to worry as much about him being out or the cost of veterinary services.

It is preferable to have him neutered before six months old. Any time however, is better and kinder than not.

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/04/27/article-2315826-198424FE000005DC-555_634x356.jpg

What's new pussycat? Woah, Woah! ;)

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