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Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat?

Posted By: MikeT

Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 7:42am

Hi all, I have a beautiful 18 month old female cat who has just had her first litter (all kittens have/are going to good homes). It's now time to have her neutered, any recommendations for a vet that will take good care of her please? I'm in Wallasey but distance is not a problem.

Thanks.
Posted By: lincle

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 9:01am

Hi If you don't mind a journey Acorn in West Kirby ,Birch in Oxton but there are several in Wallasey.Its very hit & miss like most things, there are good & bad.I personally would avoid Vets for Pets. Go on line for lists & look at remarks from pet owners. Neutering a very minor procedure so try not to worry.Well done finding good homes for the kittens.
Posted By: Beethoven

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 9:27am

We've just had our little dog spayed at Broadway vets in Heswall, no problems at all and a rapid recovery.
Posted By: muzzy2

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 1:57pm

Birch vets in Oxton is best and definitely for price. 652 3284
Posted By: granny

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 6:44pm

I've used Acorn in West Kirby. Seemed very good. Also used Churchview Vets in Heswall. They seemed good to, and after my last dog having an op. another vet in N.Wales asked who had performed the op. as it was very neat.

That was 6 yrs ago and more for Acorn.

Posted By: fish5133

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 7:10pm

Quote
.I personally would avoid Vets for Pets.


seconded.
Posted By: MikeT

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 7:22pm

Thanks for the feedback all. I'll call Acorn and Birch in the morning. I've also heard that the RSPCA are offering "chip'n'snip" for 35 quid, does anyone know about this?

Urgent now as I've just found her in the middle of Victoria Road on her back taking on all comers (!) She's now confined until she's been to the vet...
Posted By: MikeT

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 7:27pm

ps. a couple pics of the kittens attached.

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Posted By: MikeT

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 7:28pm

and a couple more.

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Posted By: granny

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 13th May 2017 9:17pm

Just gorgeous !
Posted By: snowhite

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 14th May 2017 9:52am

So cute.
Posted By: MikeT

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 16th May 2017 2:44pm

Hello all, just to let you know she's booked into the PDSA next week for the schnip.
Posted By: diggingdeeper

Re: Recommendations for vet to neuter female cat? - 20th May 2017 12:53am

Originally Posted by MikeT
I've also heard that the RSPCA are offering "chip'n'snip" for 35 quid, does anyone know about this?


Just for anyone else .... http://rspcawirral.webs.com/welfare

and https://www.dogstrust.org.uk/help-advice/microchipping-neutering/copy-2-of-low-cost-neutering
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