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If you know your cat needs surgery you must have seen a vet. Didn't you ask, like the many good suggestons, here about making payments for the cat's immediate need? There are some organisations who might help you and you have to make application and qualify for them to reinburse you: Farley Foundation. Low-income owners on social security and or disability. IMOM.org In Memory of Magic. I do not know what there qualifications are. An entirely volunteer organisation dedicated to helping provide medical treatment to cats. I hate to be a scold and I do feel that anyone who has "outdoor" cats must have some plan to cover this kind of an emergency. I am so sorry your cat is suffering as you must be too to know you are not able to help her.
We just paid $1,000 for my cat because she had a breech pregnancy. It was a hard decision to spend that much money on a cat, but we knew it was the right decision. The Vet did have Care Credit, which is what we took advantage of. You can pay off the bill over time. Also, it never hurts to ask the vet if anything can be done about the bill. Sometimes just asking helps, our vet took off $200 after the surgery was over. Good Luck.
If your pet was hit by a car today why isn't it at the vet now. If my animal was hit, I would take it to the vet and worry about how I was going to pay for it later. There are small loan companies who will lend you from $100.00-$1000.00 and then you have monthly payments. Or call your parents for a loan. If you can't afford anything, just put the pet to sleep instead of it suffering in pain....
Awwww:( I am sorry to hear about your cat. Vets go into that field because they love animals and would much rather save the animal if possible. I'd bet you could make payment arrangements with the vet... Good luck to you and lots of love to Twitterpat.
On behalf of Twitterpat, I send you a thousand cranes, the symbol of true love in Japan for you and your family's beautiful loving heart to help him get back on the mend as quickly as possible! I was moved to tears by all the previous supportive and informative answers and links for you to get started. My kitten was hit head on by a large car going 45mph and needed his pelvis repaired, a new hip and socket built, a steel plate for his femur, skin graphs and I am handicapped and was homeless at the time. But my mother saved Socks by putting almost half of the large bill on her Visa card and I made small payments until it got paid. Twitterpat is in good hands. God bless you and all the wonderful answerers who responded! :)
Sorry to hear about your cat. See if the vet will let you make payments or put it on credit. They do have insurance now for pets. You should look into that for the future.
I bet if you talked to the vet, he/she would be happy to allow you to pay it off a little at a time, within reason. As long as you are keeping your word and paying what you said you would when you, I bet you won't have any trouble at all. I imagine they come across people all the time who love their animals but don't have the immediate funds for such a major vet bill. Ask. I'd be willing to be they'll help. Good luck to you and your little one.
1) See if you can work for the vet in exchange for the surgery, or if he will take payments. 2) Or get a job after school to repay your parents or relatives for helping pay for this. Perhaps they will let you borrow the money and repay them later. 3) Mow yards, get a paper route, run errands for money, bag groceries; do anything to keep you kitty alive and well. In the future, please keep Twitterpat indoors. And safe!
Ohhhhhhhhhh, man. That's tough. Poor baby. Everyone who said humane society is on the money - they will help - and it's even more likely if they know you! If your vet is familiar with your baby, as in, you've kept up his shots, and showed signs of responsibility, he'll probably help by letting you pay it out. Good luck.
Maybe do some fund raising to try to raise the money for your pets surgery.and sorry to hear that happened to your cat.