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Registered Charity No: 1052060 F.A.I.T.H. ANIMAL RESCUE

Why Neuter?

Don’t forget - for every puppy or kitten that you breed, somewhere else a dog, cat, puppy or kitten will have to die.  There are not enough homes to go round.



Please don’t let your dog out unaccompanied.   It should be on a lead when walking in town and it is requirement by law for all dogs to carry an ID tag on it’s collar.



Micro-chipping is a good permanent way to identify your dog/cat.  There is a much greater chance of you being reunited with your pet should it get lost or stolen.



It is important to worm your pets regularly with wormers from a vet or veterinary chemist/pharmacy.  Keep a check on fleas and use sprays or spot on products when necessary.



LESS PETS BRED - LESS PETS DEAD!

IT COSTS MORE TO FEED A PREGNANT MOTHER AND FEED A LITTER OF PUPPIES OR KITTENS UNTIL THEY ARE OLD ENOUGH TO GIVE , THAN IT DOES TO SPAY YOUR PET.


We are pleased to be working with other local animal welfare charities, under a new umbrella-group, “Neutering Action Group”. We are all working together to promote neutering and are also hoping to reinstate the “Taking the Lead” campaign under a different name, with a few added changes.  Our mission statement is;



Our aim is to involve Veterinarians, Councils and Housing Associations in improving animal welfare through neutering.


We will promote early neutering in cats to end unwanted and unhealthy kittens, and stop pregnancy in young immature females.  We will work to bring about restrictions on animals being bred in social housing through education, help and promotions