You are able to apply for a neutering voucher online using one of the forms below – please read the information before applying.
Cat Neutering Vouchers
These are available including a microchip for just a £16 donation per cat, if you live within our branch area and are in receipt of one of the following benefits:
Income based JSA, Income related ESA, Housing Benefit, Working tax credits, Child tax credits. (These may be replaced by Universal credits) Pension credits, Carers allowance, income support.
You must live in postcode NR10 5, NR11 8, NR12 0, NR17 7, NR12 8, NR12 9, NR13 3, NR13 4, NR13 5, NR13 6, NR14 6, NR28 0, NR28 9, NR29 3, NR29 4, NR29 5, NR30 1-5, NR31 0, NR31 6, NR31 9, NR34 0, NR35 2.
Dog Neutering Vouchers
The same criteria applies as above for Dog neutering vouchers with the exception that dogs would need to be chipped before a voucher can be issued.
The cost for a dog neutering voucher is £100. This covers you for the full cost of a standard spay or castrate at one of the designated vets.
*The voucher is not refundable and must be used within 3 months of being issued, vouchers cannot be extended unless on veterinary advice*
Females can be spayed from 6 months, Males can be castrated from 8-10 months of age with the exception of large breed dogs which should be neutered from 12-18 months of age or on vets advice. There is a limit of two vouchers per household for dog vouchers.
Please ensure you upload proof of benefits.
The RSPCA East Norfolk Branch funds the balance which is paid to the vets.
How does it work?
1) Complete the appropriate form above – cat or dog.
2) Upload proof of your benefit (Income based JSA, Income related ESA, Housing Benefit, Working tax credits, Child tax credits. (These may be replaced by Universal credits) Pension credits, Carers allowance, income support) and apply for your Neutering Voucher.
3) Book an appointment with either Haven Vets, The Vet Hospital or Anchorage vets to get your animal neutered. Let them know you have a neutering voucher from us.
4) When you drop off your animal at the vets, hand over the neutering vouchers and there will be nothing to pay.