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Bob & Allie (nuggetless & ovary-free) are back home & doing exceptionally well.

I am bringing my itemized vet. bill to my pals down at the Humane Society because they can't believe the price of $475.00 either!! In the interim, I asked Society for a new vet. and to my pleasure, they referred one who lives 6 blocks away & does house calls!! Wow!! How nice would that be

Before I forget...upon picking Allie up from her spay the vet.'s office wanted to know if I wanted her to have a collar to keep her from accessing her healing belly area...and for $20.00 more!! Ha! Ha! Ha! I think I've paid less for a scarf No collar & again, most important...Bob & Allie are doing great
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Originally Posted by leesali
Before I forget...upon picking Allie up from her spay the vet.'s office wanted to know if I wanted her to have a collar to keep her from accessing her healing belly area...and for $20.00 more!! Ha! Ha! Ha! I think I've paid less for a scarf No collar & again, most important...Bob & Allie are doing great
i bought one at petsmart, for less than $10 - the smallest they had, worked fine except Pixel couldn't stand it... she kept backing up, like she could back out of it! i finally just took it off of her. you can probably just bandage it well & put a sock or some kind of tube around her & that'd work.
glad you found a new place, tho!
post #33 of 33
Wow. That seems pretty outrageous. My vet charges $90 for a spay, $65 for neuter and reduces those rates for stray/rescue cats.
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