Do Pdsa Neuter Cats For Free

Should I get my pet neutered?

Generally, neutering is recommended in the majority of pets. However, there may be some cases in which neutering isn’t suitable. We suggest discussing the pros and cons with your vet to make an informed decision. Neutering has many physical health benefits for your pet. It can prevent them from developing serious health issues in the future, such as certain types of cancer or pyometra – a life-threatening infection of the womb.

Neutering also stops your pet from having unwanted litters – leaving you with the associated costs and the responsibility of finding loving homes. There are already hundreds of thousands of unwanted animals in shelters and rescue centres across the UK and neutering your pet means you won’t add to the problem.

Whether you own a dog, cat or rabbit, neutering has many benefits that can improve your pet’s quality of life. These benefits should be discussed with your vet to make sure neutering is a suitable option for your pet.

Still not sure? Our vets have answered some common questions about neutering.

Do Pdsa Neuter Cats For Free

Do Pdsa Neuter Cats For Free

The benefits of neutering your dog include:

For female cats:

  • It stops her from developing cancer of the womb or ovaries
  • It prevents pyometra – a serious and potentially life-threatening womb infection
  • It will prevent unwanted pregnancies. Female cats can become pregnant all year long
  • It will stop her from coming into heat seasonally between February to September, which can cause behavioural changes and stress for you cat. Females will also attract unneutered males with associated problems of spraying, fighting and wailing
  • The operation will last around 30 minutes and shell recover at home in about 10 days.
  • I’m worried my cat is pregnant, can she still be neutered?

    Yes, in most cases it’s possible to spay a pregnant cat. If you think your cat might be pregnant, contact your vet as soon as possible to discuss your options.


    How much does neutering a cat cost UK?

    How much will it cost to get my cat neutered? The average cost for neutering a cat depends on where you live and the vet you go to. However, as a rough guide, spaying a female cat ranges from £50 to £100. The average cost for castrating a male cat is around £40 to £80.

    How much does it cost to get a female cat neutered?

    Private vets cost anywhere from $200–$400 for a spay/neuter procedure. You also have the option to bring your kitty to a lower-cost clinic. These are typically run by nonprofits and all surgeries are performed by licensed veterinarians. You’ll probably take your cat home the same day they receive treatment.

    Can anyone use the PDSA?

    Owners need to be in receipt of one or more of the following benefits to access the service: Child Tax and Working Tax Credits. Universal Credit (without housing element) Pension Credit.

    Is it cheaper to spay or neuter a cat?

    Is spaying more expensive than neutering? Spaying refers to the procedure to remove a female pet’s reproductive organs. Neutering procedures remove reproductive organs from male animals. In general, it tends to be more expensive to spay a pet than it is to neuter one.