Peterborough practice hosts fourth annual neutering event

Posted: 23 March 2017 at 9:08 am


Cat owners on low incomes have benefited from a collaboration between vets, animal welfare organisations and pharmaceutical companies in a charity neutering day.

Staff at Vets4Pets in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire hosted the event, which is designed to prevent problems associated with unwanted litters of kittens being born.

Vets4Pets vet and practice partner Holly Norman said: ‘Our charity neutering day was fantastic and we are pleased to report we neutered more than 50 cats on Sunday 19th March.

‘Vets4Pets Peterborough has been running these events annually for the past four years and, so far, more than 300 cats have been neutered, which is potentially thousands of unwanted kittens prevents.

‘The day is a collaboration between Vets4Pets, Cats Protection and the RSPCA, as well as some fantastic volunteer veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses from local practices.’