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Paying for vet care

Cats are often considered “low maintenance” pets, but they still need regular veterinary care to stay healthy. The following programs and resources may help you provide and afford necessary emergency or routine vet care.

Find a veterinarian
Find a veterinarian in Oregon
Find a veterinarian in Washington

Emergency funding options
The following programs offer funding to qualified clients for an animal in need of emergency care only. Funding may not always be available and is made at the discretion of the individual organization. Please read through the qualifications for funding carefully before applying.
Hand to Paw Fund
Animal Aid Fund for Urgent Veterinary Care
Velvet Assistance Fund at DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital
RedRover Relief Grants
Banfield Charitable Trust HOPE Funds - animal must be a patient at Banfield Pet Hospital
Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance

Paying for routine veterinary care
CareCredit offers payment options to qualified clients
Tips and resources from the Humane Society of the United States
Pet insurance as an option
Pet insurance reviews
Things to consider when comparing pet insurance (provided by UK blogger)

Low-cost vaccine clinics
Luv My Pet
Good Neighbor Vet

Low-cost spay/neuter
Spay/neuter options


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