Neuter and Microchip your cat for £10 @ RSPCA Birmingham (Benefit Claimants only).
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Neuter and Microchip your cat for £10 @ RSPCA Birmingham (Benefit Claimants only).

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Found 7th Nov 2013
Awesome deal for November ONLY !!!!!!!!!

Remember everyone this is for the welfare of cats. To prevent more strays in the wild.

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cold not a dog

Is this just for people on benefits? You have to qualify type of thing?

fantastic deal

I'm off to kidnap my ex sister in law's cats which she believes are an appropriate form of income by breeding them constantly

(_;)

Don't think Scotland is included

Hi
Is this just for Birmingham area?

Grumpy cat is the perfect photo.

will it stop the crapping on your lawn?

First grumpy cat photo ive seen in months, has it finally died down now lol.

Looks like it is just Birmingham:(

Puuurfect deal for some

Means tested offer only got to love the headline though -

Remember, Remember to Neuter in November!

RSPCA Cat Neutering Initiative During November Only

This November book your cat in here at RSPCA Birmingham Animal Hospital to be neutered for only £10, plus we'll throw in a free microchip too!

There are many benefits of neutering your pets aside from preventing any unwanted or unplanned litters (don't forget pregnant and nursing animals need extra care, as will their young ones).
It can also help prevent some illnesses and behavioural issues and so in the long run cut down on vets bills. For more information on neutering see the RSPCA's website.

To book in your male or female cat (who is 12 weeks old or above) please phone Birmingham Animal Centre and Hospital: 0300 123 8585.
Please remember to be eligible you must be in receipt of a means tested benefit.

choc1969

fantastic dealI'm off to kidnap my ex sister in law's cats which she … fantastic dealI'm off to kidnap my ex sister in law's cats which she believes are an appropriate form of income by breeding them constantly (_;)

I hate people like that

This will be abused by benefit claimants taking in family and friends cats - this is why i don't give to the RSPCA.



It's just the same can't be done to the benefit claimant's themselves. (_;)

Not looking forward to lots of sweetmeat starters next time I stay in Brum oO

So how are the RSPCA subsidising the real cost of this? I presume it's through donations given in good faith to help sick animals.

How do people on means tested benefits afford the costs associated with keeping a cat?

Banned

Let me get this clear. They will chip and neuter benefit claimants for £10? I'm in

paulj48

So how are the RSPCA subsidising the real cost of this? I presume it's … So how are the RSPCA subsidising the real cost of this? I presume it's through donations given in good faith to help sick animals.



Receives donations from those not on benefits = subsidises those on benefits

(_;)

Does this apply to me??

Lol seriously though people can afford to keep pets when they're on benefits?? So I'm subsidizing people who take my taxes to keep pets??

Banned

nelifex

Receives donations from those not on benefits = subsidises those on … Receives donations from those not on benefits = subsidises those on benefits(_;)



Nothing new there then! Disgraceful...oO

MrCheapo

Let me get this clear. They will chip and neuter benefit claimants for … Let me get this clear. They will chip and neuter benefit claimants for £10? I'm in



Ohh, if only that were the case. Put me down for 10!

useless_57

Ohh, if only that were the case. Put me down for 10!



Or take the average cost of owning a cat over its life time and you've enough for 1,700!

the__cat

Does this apply to me??Lol seriously though people can afford to keep … Does this apply to me??Lol seriously though people can afford to keep pets when they're on benefits?? So I'm subsidizing people who take my taxes to keep pets??



You can't have a council house, seven kids, five teeth and not having it smelling of cat's wee now can we!?

RedStarBelgrade

will it stop the crapping on your lawn?


No, you will have to ask your neighbours nicely.

If you want to donate money to organisations that actively help animals in need then you're better off giving it to small local charities rather than the mega corporation that is the RSPCA, with their fat-cat managers and directors and their fancy offices, which are all paid for out of peoples donations. I'm sure most of the front line staff have the best intentions but the organisation has its own agenda and squanders money on any number of pointless high profile court cases.

Yes, they do help some animals but my point is that only a fraction of what is received in donations actually benifits animals directly and if people realised that they might divert their donations to other less corporate organisations.

Wow this ones bringing out the Daily Mail readership I see. Such ignorance. Brainwashed. Disgusting.

useless_57

If you want to donate money to organisations that actively help animals … If you want to donate money to organisations that actively help animals in need then you're better off giving it to small local charities rather than the mega corporation that is the RSPCA, with their fat-cat managers and directors and their fancy offices, which are all paid for out of peoples donations. I'm sure most of the front line staff have the best intentions but the organisation has its own agenda and squanders money on any number of pointless high profile court cases. Yes, they do help some animals but my point is that only a fraction of what is received in donations actually benifits animals directly and if people realised that they might divert their donations to other less corporate organisations.



Exactly the same with Cancer Research - give your money to your local hospice who treat those down your street. Anyway, that was off-topic. Don't mind me.

people on benefits shouldn't have pets....or tattoo's or smoke or have 50" tv's or reproduce

Another thing penalising people not on benefits, sorry to rant, but just annoys me how they get everything handed to them on a plate

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the__cat

Does this apply to me??Lol seriously though people can afford to keep … Does this apply to me??Lol seriously though people can afford to keep pets when they're on benefits?? So I'm subsidizing people who take my taxes to keep pets??



So your saying people who are disabled can't have the comfort and love of a cat, or the fact that kids whose parent or parents who struggle to find work have to suffer. People who lost their job should get rid of their loving cat cause the cat has to suffer for their loss.

You have to remember as well its easy to say that all your taxes goes to unemployment when only a tiny fraction of it does, if anything letting the people who are on benefits neuter their cats for cheap is a good idea because there will be less unwanted cats that become stray or feral. Then who picks up the bill to look after them cats ............ The RSPCA and the nice people who donate to them. So in the long run it helps everyone.

Plus if you want to rant about the unemployed go rant to David Cameron, 10 Downing street. Tell him from all of us to improve the exportation of goods from this country to get more jobs.

Free neururing, reduced priced chipping, free boiler replacement, no council tax, free this, free that, free everything.....

I need to stop working and be better off!!!!!!

slickster25

Wow this ones bringing out the Daily Mail readership I see. Such … Wow this ones bringing out the Daily Mail readership I see. Such ignorance. Brainwashed. Disgusting.

...and also those with no sense of humour whatsoever!

Another advantage to not working!!!

shakey82

So your saying people who are disabled can't have the comfort and love of … So your saying people who are disabled can't have the comfort and love of a cat, or the fact that kids whose parent or parents who struggle to find work have to suffer. People who lost their job should get rid of their loving cat cause the cat has to suffer for their loss. You have to remember as well its easy to say that all your taxes goes to unemployment when only a tiny fraction of it does, if anything letting the people who are on benefits neuter their cats for cheap is a good idea because there will be less unwanted cats that become stray or feral. Then who picks up the bill to look after them cats ............ The RSPCA and the nice people who donate to them. So in the long run it helps everyone. Plus if you want to rant about the unemployed go rant to David Cameron, 10 Downing street. Tell him from all of us to improve the exportation of goods from this country to get more jobs.

See above...

simon1966

This will be abused by benefit claimants taking in family and friends … This will be abused by benefit claimants taking in family and friends cats - this is why i don't give to the RSPCA.



I don't give to the RSPCA because they are useless. Try to report anything to them and they are never interested. Give to PETA or IFAW instead.

any chance of fitting a small siren so as to stop the little cutesypies from decimating british wildlife? Or an immobiliser during dusk and dawn?

Can't belive the direction this thread has taken... am I the only one who thinks £10 is quite expensive. Tesco will get it done for £1.50 hotukdeals.com/dea…953

Waterboy8535

Free neururing, reduced priced chipping, free boiler replacement, no … Free neururing, reduced priced chipping, free boiler replacement, no council tax, free this, free that, free everything.....I need to stop working and be better off!!!!!!



Shame this is for animals only, I know a few people on benefits who could do with neutering

I think this thread will now turn into:

1 - filthy benefit claimants, breed too much. get too many handouts, why work
2 - Cats are vermin, destroy entire landscapes and cover entire gardens with waste, wipe out entire species of rodents and birds.
3 - immigration
4 - how can benefit scroungers afford a pet and why should they get it cheap?
5 - LOTS OF CAPS and uses of the word scum, lazy and dirty etc.

Theres probably more lol. All fairly ridiculous of course.

Oh and the RSPCA is the richest charity in the UK. Go figure.

Great deal for those eligable, would strongly recommend it.
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