If you would like to adopt Maz and Sid, please contact us on 01395 232377 or please visit our website at www.axhayes.cats.org.uk for more information about our homing policy. Please visit our Facebook page too :-)
Tuesday, 28 August 2012
Thursday, 23 August 2012
What are the signs that my cat is going blind?
Harlequin is looking for a home where she can be loved again. If you would like to adopt her, please contact us on 01395 232377 or please visit our official website at www.axhayes.cats.org.uk thank you.
Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Tuesday, 14 August 2012
Ganesh will need a very safe environment to explore and maybe someone who can dedicate time to keeping an eye on her. She is a loving little soul who just needs a chance. If you are that special someone please contact us on 01395 232377 for more information about her..
Thursday, 9 August 2012
For more advice on growing cat grass/cocksfoot, please contact us.
We have lots of adorable cats and kittens looking for homes, we are open every day from 11am until 4pm. Please contact us on 01395 232377 to book a home visit or please visit our official website and facebook page. Thank you.
Please check out their video "An afternoon with Sid and Maz" on our youtube channel; www.youtube.com/user/catsprotectionexeter
Sunday, 5 August 2012
(FIV), and feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) through fighting.
Unable to develop tumours of the testicles.
Your cat will have an anaesthetic on the day, so he or she should be given no food prior to the operation - your vet will advise you about this. The operation for both male and female cats is very simple so you will usually be able to drop your cat off and pick him or her up on the same day.
Female cats will have a small shaved area; this fur will grow back in a couple of weeks. She will also have stitches. If these are not dissolvable, they will be taken out by the vet around ten days after the operation. Cats usually recover very quickly from the operation. Your vet will advise on the best care for your cat as he or she recovers.
The cost of your operation varies according to what part of the country you live in and the vet you use. The average cost for a male cat is between £20 and £40 and the average cost for a female cat is between £30 and £60. Your vet will be happy to give you a quote before the operation takes place. Cats Protection offers financial assistance to cat owners on benefits or low incomes to help with the cost of neutering. Please call 01395 232377 to see if you are eligible for help with the cost of neutering you cat.
There is no evidence to show that it inhibits growth, or causes urinary problems, and experience show kittens resume their normal activities and routines after surgery much more quickly than adult cats.
This comprehensive video explains the benefits of neutering cats at this age and why Cats Protection believes it is the most humane and economic solution to the problem of unwanted litters of cats.