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sarah11renee
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From:swartz creek mi, usa
Registered: Jan 2004

posted 01-24-2004 11:31 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for sarah11renee     Edit/Delete Message
They give you a kittent that is unspayed. They tell you that it is included in the cost of the $90.00 I payed. I took her to the vet and actually I have to pay $100.00 to pay for the anasthsia and over night costs. Dont forget I just paid $300.00 cause she was sick. But today is a new day and she is throwing herself at her ball right now and she is doing good. She wasnt littered trained either but last night she went in her box and this time covered her business. I am so proud of her. Thanks for the help

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fleafly
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From:sheridan, wy
Registered: Aug 2003

posted 01-24-2004 12:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for fleafly     Edit/Delete Message
100 just for anasthesia and overnight? When I got my last one spayed the total cost was 55.00. That sounds like a lot of money.

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nern

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From:NY, USA
Registered: Oct 2002

posted 01-24-2004 07:04 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nern     Edit/Delete Message
I think cost depends on the area and the vet. My vet charges $88 for spays and with the overnight charge, pain meds, ect. the total came to about $150.

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charmedagain
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posted 01-25-2004 09:26 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for charmedagain     Edit/Delete Message
That is alot of money i dont know why the animals have to stay in the vets overnight as here in the uk aslong as the animal is well after coming round and drinks and eats a little they can go home the same day it costs here in the uk 50 to spay a Cat 35 to neuter a cat. Depending on the size of the dog It Can Cost Upto 90 to spay a bitch, And 50 to nueter a dog.

But i suppose different vets have different ways and different ideas my vet says most vets keep the animals overnight not just to make sure all is well but they can make more money by charging overnight stays.

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Chessmind
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From:CA
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posted 01-25-2004 11:32 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Chessmind     Edit/Delete Message
Hello. I think your kitty went to a very good home. You're doing all the right things, by taking her to the vet and working with her. Please keep us posted. We are all here to help you.

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nern

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From:NY, USA
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posted 01-25-2004 06:12 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nern     Edit/Delete Message
I think they keep the females (dogs & cats) overnight because the spay is more invasive than a neuter....my males have always been able to come home the same day. The females that I've had done at low cost clinics or the SPCA were sent home the same day.

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fleafly
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From:sheridan, wy
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posted 01-26-2004 09:21 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for fleafly     Edit/Delete Message
Vets usually keep them overnight b/c the owners can't deal with the animals when they are just waking up. They are still groggy and wobbly and a lot of people freak out. My vet lets me take them home the same day b/c I have had so many done.

With spay/neuter clinics usually they send the owned cats home the same day and keep the strays overnight to make sure they are okay.

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