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Cats Protection Neutering Scheme

We are proud to have been working very closely with Cats Protection League, with both their Swale and Mid Kent Branches in particular for many years.  Since 2023, we offered to to become one of their neutering practices, to allow cat owners, who meet their criteria, to have their cats neutered and microchipped via their Neutering Scheme, at a cost of £10 per cat.

In order to qualify for their scheme, you must meet either of the following criteria:

  • receipt of any of the following means-tested benefits: universal credit, income support, housing benefit, council tax benefit, pension credit, income-based ESA, income-based JSA, working tax credits and child tax credits

  • have a household annual income of less than £25,000 before tax

  • are a full-time student living away from home

If you are eligible, then please fill in your details in the form below and one of our reception team will call you over the next couple of days to book your neutering procedure in.

Your £10 payment is due at the time of booking, so please have your details available to hand for this payment to be taken.

At the time of your cats neutering, you will be asked to fill out a neutering voucher, which will be sent to Cats Protection to re-imburse our costs.

As part of the £10 neutering scheme your cat will receive:

A full health check via our veterinary nurse at the time of admit

Either a spay or castrate performed

Microchip (if not already microchipped)

Sent home with pain relief and a buster collar (if necessary)

A post operative phone call from one of our nursing team

If your cat requires any flea or worming treatment, then please let one of our team members know and we can provide you with as estimate of costs for this, as this is not part of their neutering scheme.

Registering your cat

This form is for Cats Protection Neutering ONLY

Please fill in all required information below:

Eligibility: Proof Required
What is their sex?
Does your cat have fleas?

Please note: Cats with a flea infestation may not be admitted for their procedure until their flea burden is under control

Is there a possibility your cat might be pregnant? (Female cats only)
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