Neutering contribution scheme
If you live in the RSPCA Suffolk East and Ipswich Branch area and are receiving benefits or are on a low income, please take this opportunity to stop your dog, cat or rabbit having unwanted litters or picking up killer diseases.
We are able to make a contribution towards the cost of having your animal neutered, as well as directing you towards other organisations who may also be able to help. The amount we can give will depend on the sex and size of the animal.
For more details on all the neutering help we are able to offer, please telephone:
RSPCA Animal Centre on 0300 999 7321
9am – 4.30pm 7 days a week
35a St Georges St Ipswich
on 01473 231972
On Tuesdays and Fridays (11.30am to 1.30pm)
Neutering not only prevents unwanted pregnancies but also prevents some cancers. Neutering also reduces spraying, straying and fighting in cats and it’s often when fighting (through being bitten or biting) that cats can catch such fatal diseases as Feline Aids. It is a myth that an animal should be allowed to have a litter before she is neutered. There is no benefit to the animal whatsoever in having a litter before she is neutered.