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Selangor Neutering Subsidy: Get Subsidy To Neuter Your Pet

You can get subsidy to neuter or spay your pet through the Selangor Neutering Subsidy Programme if you are a Selangor-born individual or a registered resident of Selangor! The subsidy covers up to a maximum of RM 100 per dog and RM 60 per cat.

The Selangor Neutering Subsidy (SENS) is funded by the Selangor State Government to assist with reducing the population of stray cats and dogs by offering a “neutering subsidy” to qualified applicants. The funds provided by the Selangor State Government will allow for over 1,600 subsidies to be granted. This programme is managed by Paws Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) and is designed based on the neutering aid model of AnimalCare, a non-profit and non-governmental organization which has been providing neutering aid for strays throughout Malaysia since May 2009.


How To Apply

There will be a downloadable claim form for you to fill and to be submitted along with a photocopy of your IC and vet receipt. Note that there shall be one application form per animal and one vet receipt per animal. Each person is entitled to apply for a maximum of 5 animals per week. There is no age limit for the animal to undergo neutering or spaying. And no proof of ownership for the animal is needed as long as you are a Selangor-born individual or registered resident of Selangor. Be sure your appplication form with all required attachments must be received by PAWS within 14 days after the date on the vet receipt.

Don’t forget to attach the “Collage” of photographs too. The surgical wound from the operation must be presented in the before-and-after photo of the animal.

Source: Selangor Neutering Subsidy

How To Know If Your Application Has Been Approved?

You can visit Selangor Neutering Subsidy website and their Facebook for any updates. They will post the successful applications on their website or facebook.

Update On Selangor Neutering Subsidy – June 2018

According to PAWS, the funds for SENS have been fully exhausted. This programme has granted subsidies for neutering 205 dogs and 1752 cats since its launch in May 2017.