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Spay/neuter cats, dogs ferrets and rabbits from only £15 @ Friends of the Animals
Spay/neuter cats, dogs ferrets and rabbits from only £15 @ Friends of the Animals

Spay/neuter cats, dogs ferrets and rabbits from only £15 @ Friends of the Animals

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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 charity and similar might be available near to you (if these aren't)

Midlands, Portsmouth & Isle Of Wight only.

Midlands:

Cat £23-26
Dog £45-58
Rabbit £36-65

IOW:

Cat £25 or £34
Dogs £65 to £145
Rabbits £34 or £38
Ferrets £35 or £50

Portsmouth (the best deal!)

Cats £15 or £20
Dogs £35 or £50
Rabbits £22 or £29

47 Comments

sounds like a good thing

but would like some spray than scares them from the backgarden - they @!"* everywhere!

Another good deal like this I came across - the Mayhew in London will neuter Bull Breed dogs Free of Charge!

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godzillafan;4330105

sounds like a good thingbut would like some spray than scares them from … sounds like a good thingbut would like some spray than scares them from the backgarden - they @!"* everywhere!



You need somewhere that offers free corks.

Good idea - do they have to be your own pets though...?
;-)

wish i knew about this sooner cost me £132 to get my dog spayed.

Do they do chavs?

bytemaster;4330989

Do they do chavs?



roflcopter :w00t:

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I need to get my kitten done but nowhere near me. Anyone know of any in the south cumbria area?

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LOLz at some of these posts - you could try with chavs (or teenage children?)

jaidenslot;4331163

I need to get my kitten done but nowhere near me. Anyone know of any in … I need to get my kitten done but nowhere near me. Anyone know of any in the south cumbria area?



try cats protection

bytemaster;4330989

Do they do chavs?



A couple of Burberry bricks should do....:whistling:

As soon as i saw the title of this post, I could imagine the comments that would follow. :thumbsup:

good stuff

Wolf;4331520

A couple of Burberry bricks should do....:whistling:



This reminds me of an old joke. Abdullah brings his favourite camel to Ahmet the camel vet to be neutered. "Will it hurt?" asks the owner nervously. "No sir, I be best at this job, no pain in 15 years!".

They agree a price and Ahmet claps two bricks together on the camel's nuts. The camel screams, leaps 12 feet into the air and falls down in a dead faint.

"I thought you said there would be no pain?" shouts Abdullah in outrage.

"I no feel a thing!" says Ahmet happily. :-D

esims84;4331222

try cats protection



I didn't know you could train cats to use family planning ...? :w00t:

Easy to do this at home - two bricks is all you need

Any in essex, my cat needs doing :thumbsup:

Check the prices at your local vets - as these prices are more or less what vets charge anyway.

AD959;4331117

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Love it Have some Rep!

Do they do Hamsters?

This really shouldn't be on this website. They're a charity that offers subsidised spaying/neutering for those who genuinely couldn't otherwise afford to have their pets done.

This is like putting a deal up saying you can get your prescriptions free if you send an unemployed or elderly friend to the doctors on your behalf, regardless of your ability to pay.

If you decide to have pets, you need to take the responsibility to foot veterinary bills, and if you take in a young or un-neutered animal you really, really should ensure you have enough money to get them done.

If you have pets, and a reasonably-paying job, don't abuse the charity of organisations like this. An unexpected run on this service could really cause them problems, and could even result in them being unable to care for as many animals as they'd like.

wotguvnotmeguv;4335139

This really shouldn't be on this website. They're a charity that offers … This really shouldn't be on this website. They're a charity that offers subsidised spaying/neutering for those who genuinely couldn't otherwise afford to have their pets done.This is like putting a deal up saying you can get your prescriptions free if you send an unemployed or elderly friend to the doctors on your behalf, regardless of your ability to pay. If you decide to have pets, you need to take the responsibility to foot veterinary bills, and if you take in a young or un-neutered animal you really, really should ensure you have enough money to get them done. If you have pets, and a reasonably-paying job, don't abuse the charity of organisations like this. An unexpected run on this service could really cause them problems, and could even result in them being unable to care for as many animals as they'd like.



I disagree, they are offering a service which is required.

For example I have a cat as mentioned above, I am in a reasonable paying job but vets take the ****.
If there was a link for near me i'd take my cat to get done, unfortunately it is yet to be done and I feel this is more irresponsable than "abusing" a "charity"

Wolf;4331520

A couple of Burberry bricks should do....:whistling:



Is that bricks with a 'b' or a 'p'?

godzillafan;4330105

sounds like a good thingbut would like some spray than scares them from … sounds like a good thingbut would like some spray than scares them from the backgarden - they @!"* everywhere!



I hear ya - Whilst i'm no animal hater and think cats are lovely, i'm also plagued by cat turd in my front and back gardens. We have a woman a few doors down who has about 8 cats and a few of my other neighbours also seem to have one; on average i'm clearing up at least 5 different piles of it EVERY FLIPPIN DAY... LOL.... Tried every trick in the book; sonic deterrants, mothballs, bleach, gravel, infra red water spray things, shouting at them, waving my arms around etc etc, but had to admit defeat eventually. I was always told they bury it but that's just not true, one of them does it on the patio slabs, a couple do it on the lawn, some of them seem to like my flower beds (nothing worse that planting things and getting it all over your hands). One even liked doing it on my coir front doormat for a while. Maybe i'm just unlucky. They certainly must have some sort of sixth sense though as the majority of them leg it when they see me coming LOL

Need to get my rotty done shortly, manchester dogs home do it for £55 wheras my vet charges £160 it's a no brained really, and your supporting the charities too! Other post saying you should go to the vets I completely disagree with! It's for anyone and they welcome it with open arms, vets charge an absurd ammount for this! Esp for larger breeds.

Does anyone know anywhere in or near Luton?

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fatcodycat;4332466

Check the prices at your local vets - as these prices are more or less … Check the prices at your local vets - as these prices are more or less what vets charge anyway.



Rubbish. A cat costs £50-70 locally at a private vet.

krato;4337192

Need to get my rotty done shortly, manchester dogs home do it for £55 … Need to get my rotty done shortly, manchester dogs home do it for £55 wheras my vet charges £160 it's a no brained really, and your supporting the charities too! Other post saying you should go to the vets I completely disagree with! It's for anyone and they welcome it with open arms, vets charge an absurd ammount for this! Esp for larger breeds.



You're not supporting the charity at all - my wife works in a vets, and tells me that some of the prices quoted in the original post are less than the sum of the cost prices of the drugs needed for the operation.

It's a subsidised service - those giving money to the charity are essentially paying for people to have their animals done.

[email protected];4338333

Rubbish. A cat costs £50-70 locally at a private vet.



Between £30 - £34 for cat neutering at two of my local vets.

fatcodycat;4332466

Check the prices at your local vets - as these prices are more or less … Check the prices at your local vets - as these prices are more or less what vets charge anyway.



i've just checked at my local vets and its £62 for a male kitten!! just cost me £42 for my other cats booster!

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koppyking;4339292

Between £30 - £34 for cat neutering at two of my local vets.



See the next post - either you happen to have very good prices locally or you haven't actually asked. Can I have the number for your local vet so I can call them?

Our first enquiry at a vet was £60 for a female cat. I booked yesterday to have her done on Tuesday for £20. That's a hot deal

hehehe....yes,i haven't called.I made it up.
I thought it would be fun to take the time to lie about the cost of lopping off kitties bits on a forum :roll:

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koppyking;4347157

hehehe....yes,i haven't called.I made it up.I thought it would be fun to … hehehe....yes,i haven't called.I made it up.I thought it would be fun to take the time to lie about the cost of lopping off kitties bits on a forum :roll:



What's the name of your local vet - I'll find the number and check.

Sounds like you just wanted to argue tbh.

[email protected];4348094

Sounds like you just wanted to argue tbh.



How can that be?
You have given the prices for your vets and i have given the ones for mine.It's not like i have said the prices you have given are unreasonable,i have just said the the prices in the Selby area are much cheaper (this was based on a male castration a few months back).
It's very likely vet prices vary greatly in different areas.
You seem very anxious to prove that this is a 'hot deal'.Take some time out of your day and phone round if you need to sleep better about it.

I have just booked my cocker spaniel bitch in to be spayed for just £50 !! Thanks to the person who posted this as I had booked her into my own vet next week and was being charged £200 !! so ive saved £150 wow . So easy as well. Just went into Friends of the Animals in North End, Portsmouth, paid them £50 cash, they rang the vet they use in Southsea and booked her in for the end of this month. I really thought this deal was for people on benefits, im not so I thought as I worked I would be exempt however, anyone can take up this deal.

Thanks again so much !!:thumbsup:

Do the RSPCA do them or is it only if you buy the animal from them?

Wolf;4353183

Do the RSPCA do them or is it only if you buy the animal from them?



Its only if you buy a dog from them - I got one about 11 yrs ago, sadly she passed away however the RSPCA kindly give a free voucher for spaying or neutering because they cannot promote any dog having puppies . Friends of the Animals are charging however I think they are great in offering a service to reduce any unwanted animals. I have 2 pedigree dogs however I cant let my dog have puppies as I work full time. Its sad people on here say 'if you have a job you should pay' I have paid £50 to a charity and a local vet is offering this service ! Why not support the charity ? why shouldnt people who work accept this offer ? I think theres a culture in this country of people on benefits should get all the handouts ! lets stop it now . Just cause people work why should they pay through the nose on everything ? £200 or £50 ? i think people are mad paying £200

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sammy27;4352118

I have just booked my cocker spaniel bitch in to be spayed for just £50 … I have just booked my cocker spaniel bitch in to be spayed for just £50 !! Thanks to the person who posted this as I had booked her into my own vet next week and was being charged £200 !! so ive saved £150 wow . So easy as well. Just went into Friends of the Animals in North End, Portsmouth, paid them £50 cash, they rang the vet they use in Southsea and booked her in for the end of this month. I really thought this deal was for people on benefits, im not so I thought as I worked I would be exempt however, anyone can take up this deal. Thanks again so much !!:thumbsup:



No problem - great to hear! I wonder if that woman in North End is at all confused by the extra business?

[email protected];4338333

Rubbish. A cat costs £50-70 locally at a private vet.



I live in C London and my vet will do a cat for £40
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