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Here's the language on the contract we signed:If the Animal is unneutered at the time of adoption, the Adopter agrees to having the Animal neutered unless there are overriding veterinary reasons for it not being possible. This will usually be at the expense of the RSPCA, subject to the use of an RSPCA neutering voucher at an agreed veterinary practice.
Thank you. Excellent answer....and now I see why so many of my animal rights friends who are also in favour of civil liberties rate the RSPCA so badly. They basically avoid the RSPCA, as I would have done had I known. But we've had the dog for several months now, and love her to pieces. I don't know whether we'd wage a court battle or not; possibly we would. But anyway, thank you.