|Purred: Wed Mar 17, '10 11:33pm PST |
|I would talk to your vet and see if they will work out some kind of payment agreement with you. Some vets will do that - especially if you are a good, long term client. Otherwise I've used Care Credit in the past. Basically Care Credit is a credit card, but provided you make your payments as scheduled it's an interest-free extended payment plan. You have to be really careful to make the payments on time as agreed and pay the balance off within the promotional time frame (which varies depending on the amount of the bill) or you can get hit with finance charges and penalties. You can google Care Credit and find out more on their website if interested. If you are interested in Care Credit, you can apply online, get approved immediately and get a print out to take to the vet for your bill. You can also apply directly at some vet offices. I applied at the Animal Emergency Clinic when one of my cats developed a urinary blockage. I'm glad I have it.
The other posters are right, she needs to see a vet as soon as possible and diabetes, kidney disease, hyperthyroid, and urinary infections are high on the list of what could be wrong.
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