Blue Cross, the animal welfare charity, offers financial help with dog and cat neutering. Their goal is to prevent as many animals as possible from growing up to lives of abandonment, dumping, and misuse or ill treatment because there simply aren’t enough homes. Once you get in touch with the Blue Cross nearest you, you will be able to inquire as to whether you are eligible for a free or subsidized neuter service in your financial situation.
Cats Protection is an organization solely dedicated to the health and well being of the feline species. They spend over £5 million pounds per year exclusively on aiding cat owners with the neutering of their precious pets. It is a good bet that if you are in a financially dire situation and you seek monetary assistance through Cats Protection to neuter your cat, you will be able to get your neutering procedure done at little or no cost to you. They have many branches throughout the UK that offer neutering on a daily basis.
Another option for cat owners is the ‘C4 scheme’, which is a plan established in 2002 to aid London cats in their over population problem by offering free neutering to students, low income individuals, or receive certain financial benefits from the government. Cats and cat owners within the M25 are eligible for free neutering under this organization’s aid program.
Likewise, for dog owners out there, there is an organization called Dogs Trust which offers subsidized neutering to dog owners on means-tested benefits, such as income support, with specific areas of the UK. With the subsidized scheme, dog owners are responsible for paying only £30 in the UK and £15 in Northern Ireland for the entire neutering process from start to finish, which is far less than the cost would be otherwise.