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Save A Life, Spay Another
An average female dog could have 80 puppies over the course of her lifetime. A female cat can have a whopping 180 kittens in her life. In countries with large stray populations, spaying and neutering is the most effective way of reducing the number of stray animals over time and improving their lives.
Sterilisation also reduces the number of potentially fatal conditions and diseases, including pyometra and certain cancers.
Paws and Whiskers ‘Save a Life, Spay Another Campaign’ raises funds to go directly to this worthy cause. Our adopters can make an optional £25 donation on top of their adoption fee for this cause but anyone can donate for this campaign at any time.
Our rescuers are just as passionate as us about spaying and neutering. See their hard work below.
WARNING. The below photos show animals under anaesthesia and with surgery scars
The Great Catsby, July 2021
The Great Catsby, August 2021
Happy Tails, September 2021
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