Every year in the UK there are thousands of unplanned litters of kittens and puppies being born, many of which will find themselves unwanted and often abandoned. Adult cats and dogs don’t fare any better, with thousands ending up on the streets, in rescue centres for months at a time or even being put to sleep. No matter how many cats, kittens, dogs and puppies are found loving homes by rescue charities and groups, there are just not enough homes to go round. The National Animal Trust strongly believes the only effective way to reduce the huge number of unwanted animals is to stop them being born in the first place.
Due to our wholehearted support of neutering, The National Animal Trust operates a subsidised neutering scheme to help people who are on low income to get their cats and dogs neutered or spayed. Please click on the links below for further information and details on how we can help.