Cat neutering £5 in Swansea postcodes: sa1-sa10
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Cat neutering £5 in Swansea postcodes: sa1-sa10

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Found 1st Oct 2014
Cat neutering male or female cats with microchipping and flea/worming all for £5 is live in postcodes sa1-sa10 (Swansea area) cat can be neutered from 5 months of ages this offer saved me £70!
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71 Comments

Why cold? This is a brilliant idea....

Agreed, voted hot

My cats are in for castration today. 3 cats, 50 quid each. Christ...

In the interests of your cat please get this done. It greatly reduces stress in a cat and neighbourhood fights. If you respect the well being of your cat you should not let him or her roam outside without first neutering/spaying. Tell nearby cat owners of this offer.

bye bye balls

As usual on this site , comments going off topic. Voted hot , even though I have a dog and don't live in the area. Really good for people in the area. Well done for post xx

SA10 postcodes also cover the Neath area, not just Swansea. I'm technically in Neath because I live on the wrong side of Amazon.

damo1972

A cull would be better. Vermin! Cats are for lazy people who want a pet … A cull would be better. Vermin! Cats are for lazy people who want a pet but don't want the hassle of cleaning up after them!



wrong, that's dog owners

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BenderRodriguez

So dogs must be for all those sad and lonely people desperate for … So dogs must be for all those sad and lonely people desperate for something to listen and obey them?

No that's cats!

Some people don't like hearing the truth damo. Best not to wind them up too much.

red23

bye bye balls

There's a man who calls a spayed a spayed

damo1972

No that's cats!



I'm yet to see a cat with so little respect for himself to sit and jump when asked to.

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royals

wrong, that's dog owners

really I've never see a cat owner pick up the cat ****, usually they s
Just open the door and let the cat out, as I said cats are for bone idle people who want a pet but can't be arsed looking after it!

Funny that when someone has a moan about cats, everyone jumps on them and presumes that person is a dog owner. Weird. Its like someone stating the xbox one is carp then people assume he/she owns a ps4.

need to be on state benefits - if you are on benefits why do have a cat - they aren't cheap to own!!

something very wrong in this country
Edited by: "royals" 1st Oct 2014

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royals

need to be on state benefits - if you are on benefits why do have a cat - … need to be on state benefits - if you are on benefits why do have a cat - they aren't cheap to own!! This country is so backward and its no wonder people stay on the dole

cats are very cheap to own, all you have to do is let them in in the evening, the rest of the day there out scavenging and **** over other people's property!

Chav neutering in Swansea, I'd pay for that hehe

damo1972

really I've never see a cat owner pick up the cat ****, usually they … really I've never see a cat owner pick up the cat ****, usually they sJust open the door and let the cat out, as I said cats are for bone idle people who want a pet but can't be arsed looking after it!



I was joking about the dog owners. cats will carp in a garden and if trained properly will cover it.

unfortunately like dog owners some owners give cats a bad name

we just got 2 cats as I was fed up with the lazy neighbour who has 4 cats that use our garden as a toilet, but they don't cover it and often carp on the driveway or grass - already had a go at the neighbour

we've trained ours, its not hard

then again a lot of dog owners are lazy too - the fines have helped - however its easier for dog owners to pick up their poo as dogs are pretty stupid because they need someone to walk them, lol

damo1972

cats are very cheap to own, all you have to do is let them in in the … cats are very cheap to own, all you have to do is let them in in the evening, the rest of the day there out scavenging and **** over other people's property!



no they are not!!

total misconception - cats shouldn't be fed scraps as it makes them ill. proper cat food soon adds up - you shouldn't feed them any old stuff/scraps or milk

roughly up to £50/mth per month for a well looked after cat
Edited by: "royals" 1st Oct 2014

damo1972

cats are very cheap to own, all you have to do is let them in in the … cats are very cheap to own, all you have to do is let them in in the evening, the rest of the day there out scavenging and **** over other people's property!



Cats rule, dogs drool

royals

need to be on state benefits - if you are on benefits why do have a cat - … need to be on state benefits - if you are on benefits why do have a cat - they aren't cheap to own!! something very wrong in this country



Fags, booze, tatts and piercings aren't cheap either

damo1972

cats are very cheap to own, all you have to do is let them in in the … cats are very cheap to own, all you have to do is let them in in the evening, the rest of the day there out scavenging and **** over other people's property!


Hahaha, because all those huge 2/3'rd of a foot size turds on pavements come from a cat! You make it sound like all dog owners are responsible - what about that **** where I live who let's his massive German Shepherds out every morning to run free and take steaming Jurassic Park sized dumps directly next to poop bins? Or how about that time when I was a kid and celebrated scoring a goal by inadvertently sliding face and hands first into a giant dog turd?

As royals says, cats can be trained to only poop in litter trays. Mine never leaves the garden and will cry and wait to be let in just to use the litter tray. Dogs will just take a dump wherever they want, and the only reason they don't do it in neighbours gardens, is because there's typically a fence stopping them!

And cats are definitely not cheap to own - unless you are happy with shortening it's life by a few years by the resultant kidney problems from feeding cheap cat food!

And the gardens that generally get targeted by a streets cats are the ones that are the streets most unkempt, because they use the grass as cover... so it then becomes an endless circle of cats trying to mark their territory on it.

Edited by: "mamboboy" 1st Oct 2014

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royals

no they are not!!total misconception - cats shouldn't be fed scraps as it … no they are not!!total misconception - cats shouldn't be fed scraps as it makes them ill. proper cat food soon adds up - you shouldn't feed them any old stuff/scraps or milkroughly up to £50/mth per month for a well looked after cat

really you must have a pampered cat! Most cat owners I know just open the door and let them out, one couple go away on weeks holiday just leaving the cats to fend for themselves!

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mamboboy

Hahaha, because all those huge 2/3'rd of a foot size turds on pavements … Hahaha, because all those huge 2/3'rd of a foot size turds on pavements come from a cat! You make it sound like all dog owners are responsible - what about that **** where I live who let's his massive German Shepherds out every morning to run free and take steaming Jurassic Park sized dumps directly next to poop bins? Or how about that time when I was a kid and celebrated scoring a goal by inadvertently sliding face and hands first into a giant dog turd?As royals says, cats can be trained to only poop in litter trays. Mine never leaves the garden and will cry and wait to be let in just to use the litter tray. Dogs will just take a dump wherever they want! And they are definitely not cheap to own - unless you are happy with shortening it's life by a few years by the resultant kidney problems from feeding cheap cat food!And the gardens that generally get targeted by a streets cats are the ones that are the streets most unkempt, because they use the grass as cover... so it then becomes an endless circle of cats trying to mark their territory on it.

oh I see it's not the irresponsible cat owners at fault, it the house owners who don't keep there gardens tidy. Well I never!

damo1972

oh I see it's not the irresponsible cat owners at fault, it the house … oh I see it's not the irresponsible cat owners at fault, it the house owners who don't keep there gardens tidy. Well I never!




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royals

need to be on state benefits - if you are on benefits why do have a cat - … need to be on state benefits - if you are on benefits why do have a cat - they aren't cheap to own!! something very wrong in this country

you dot have to be on any benefits to qualify for this offer it's open to everyone who lives in postcode, it's being part funded by com and RSPCA as so many unwanted kittens in this area

10 million cats elsewhere in the UK breathe a sigh of relief when they realise they're not in the catchment area. Pity the poor creatures in SA1 - SA10 - the Post-Code Lottery was their undoing!

Wish this was in the North East, even the PDSA charge over £30.

pj1234

you dot have to be on any benefits to qualify for this offer it's open … you dot have to be on any benefits to qualify for this offer it's open to everyone who lives in postcode, it's being part funded by com and RSPCA as so many unwanted kittens in this area




It's probably not that pets are "unwanted" but RSPCA puts people off from adopting them.

Last time I tried to adopt kitten from a shelter, despite we already have 2 happy pedigree cats, they wanted full background check on our family, someone to visit our house and asses if it's suitable for a pet and something around £80 to cover admin costs.

I said thanks and found one on gumtree instead.

mamboboy

Hahaha, because all those huge 2/3'rd of a foot size turds on pavements … Hahaha, because all those huge 2/3'rd of a foot size turds on pavements come from a cat! You make it sound like all dog owners are responsible - what about that **** where I live who let's his massive German Shepherds out every morning to run free and take steaming Jurassic Park sized dumps directly next to poop bins? Or how about that time when I was a kid and celebrated scoring a goal by inadvertently sliding face and hands first into a giant dog turd?As royals says, cats can be trained to only poop in litter trays. Mine never leaves the garden and will cry and wait to be let in just to use the litter tray. Dogs will just take a dump wherever they want, and the only reason they don't do it in neighbours gardens, is because there's typically a fence stopping them!



While I'm sure they can be trained to do so, it's rather obvious that a huge proportion of them aren't. Cats are also an enormous ecological threat to the environment. In the US alone they are estimated to kill 1 billion birds every year.

I can't begrudge anyone loving their own cat as I feel exactly the same towards my dog, but it's just plain ignorance to pretend that cats in general aren't a major environmental issue (from the extreme (killing other animals - including my childhood rabbit!) to the trivial (defecating in your back garden)) in this country and across the world.

callum9999

While I'm sure they can be trained to do so, it's rather obvious that a … While I'm sure they can be trained to do so, it's rather obvious that a huge proportion of them aren't. Cats are also an enormous ecological threat to the environment. In the US alone they are estimated to kill 1 billion birds every year.I can't begrudge anyone loving their own cat as I feel exactly the same towards my dog, but it's just plain ignorance to pretend that cats in general aren't a major environmental issue (from the extreme (killing other animals - including my childhood rabbit!) to the trivial (defecating in your back garden)) in this country and across the world.



Those birds don't seem to mind **** on my car and waking me up at 4AM every day, so serves them well to be honest.

BenderRodriguez

Those birds don't seem to mind **** on my car and waking me up at 4AM … Those birds don't seem to mind **** on my car and waking me up at 4AM every day, so serves them well to be honest.



Though those birds have every right to be there and act that way considering its their natural home and natural behaviour, whereas cats (and dogs - in Hispanic countries dogs seem to fill the same niche as cats do over here) are an invasive species!

callum9999

Though those birds have every right to be there and act that way … Though those birds have every right to be there and act that way considering its their natural home and natural behaviour, whereas cats (and dogs - in Hispanic countries dogs seem to fill the same niche as cats do over here) are an invasive species!



Humans are also invasive species in most places on this planet causing much more harm to the environment than cats, so unless you suggest we all pack ourselves back to some cave in Africa, your argument is utterly pointless.

BenderRodriguez

Humans are also invasive species in most places on this planet causing … Humans are also invasive species in most places on this planet causing much more harm to the environment than cats, so unless you suggest we all pack ourselves back to some cave in Africa, your argument is utterly pointless.



What amazing insight - you must be some sort of scientist?

callum9999

What amazing insight - you must be some sort of scientist?



I work as a Science Researcher at Institute for Studies.

BenderRodriguez

I work as a Science Researcher at Institute for Studies.



Well that's incredibly worrying... I can only hope you were being facetious out of some kind of love for cats!

damo1972

really I've never see a cat owner pick up the cat ****, usually they … really I've never see a cat owner pick up the cat ****, usually they sJust open the door and let the cat out, as I said cats are for bone idle people who want a pet but can't be arsed looking after it!




Cats bury their faeces whereas, dogs do not. It is good to see the majority of pet owners will clean up after their pet. However for some reason Damo I doubt you are one of the responsible pet owners!

callum9999

Cats are also an enormous ecological threat to the environment. In the US … Cats are also an enormous ecological threat to the environment. In the US alone they are estimated to kill 1 billion birds every year.


KFC get through more than that in a lunchtime.

callum9999

I can't begrudge anyone loving their own cat as I feel exactly the same … I can't begrudge anyone loving their own cat as I feel exactly the same towards my dog, but it's just plain ignorance to pretend that cats in general aren't a major environmental issue (from the extreme (killing other animals - including my childhood rabbit!) to the trivial (defecating in your back garden)) in this country and across the world.



Humans kill far more animals through destruction of habitat, it's in a different order of magnitude.

Just here for the cats vs dogs arguments

Would this cover Llanelli? SA14? Thanks
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