Lawrence Veterinary Centre works with Cats Protection Nottingham Adoption Centre to ensure all cats in need of their help receive veterinary care.
The practice examines all cats rescued by the charity and in line with the charity’s policies, tests for FIV and FeLV (if considered at risk, determined by the cat’s history) so that they have the best chance of being re-homed happy and healthy. The ‘Cat Info’ tab can give you more information about these important diseases.
As well as preventing disease spread, neutering is a social responsibility to prevent the rapid growth in numbers of unwanted felines in the UK. All rescued cats are neutered at Lawrence Veterinary Centre, health checked, micro chipped and vaccinated if necessary.
Approximately 20 cats each week are brought to the practice by Cats Protection for veterinary treatment.