(UK) About my kitten and the vet?
Got a new kitten and need to sort out a vet, etc. How do I go around it? I've found a vet near us but what does it involve and how do the costs, etc work?
Just call ahead of time and rota an appointment. They should let you know what it involves, most likely vaccinations and a routine checkup, and they will permit you know what to bring and should be able to give a rough estimate of the cost. It generally isn't much but even routine shots can ebb and flow greatly in both cost and treatment between vets.
Today shye gained at lowest half a pound, i hope i helped you out.
I would first check on the internet which vets are within your area. Then I would ask around a bit to hear which of these are really good. It is vital that they approaching cats, obviously. Just phone them up and make an appointment. I would prefer a personal relationship with your vet as challenging these anonymous "vet factories" where you have to deal beside a different vet every time you need them. And finally, trust your gut instinct. If you and your cat "click" beside the vet, then you have got the right one. Prices rise and fall, I think. Last month we paid about 100 Pounds to gain our two cats vaccinated for another year. So it is around 50 Pounds a year to keep your cat vaccinated and "maintained".
Very impressive afterthought: Absolutely DO get a health insurance for your cat. They are really cheap, especially when you start while the kitten is immature. We have ours with Marks and Spencer and we have it next to all the trimmings and it costs about 10 Pounds for a female and 13 for a manly. But as far as I know they start with prices around 8 Pounds a month. This will save you thousands, should your cat ever get not at your best and need treatment.
And now enjoy life span and love with your new kitten.
P.S. I don't know where you live. But whether you happen to be near Chelmsford, I would recommend Clarendon House, near the Running Mare Pub. They are really lovely.