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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by badbudgie, Aug 19, 2009.


  1. badbudgie

    badbudgie PetForums Member

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    Hello all,

    We have our two kitties booked in for their booster injections tonight and was wondering whether £33 each is a reasonable amount?

    We were only paying £13.50 each at the last place but they have now moved miles away and I don't want to put them through the car journey.

    Also, what injections will they need as they are neuterred house cats? I don't want to get an injection for something they wouldn't need as they aren't full-male and full-female or outside cats.
    For example, would they need Luekaemia as they wouldn't be out sexing it up?
     
  2. sullivan

    sullivan PetForums VIP

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    Think i paid around £34 so dont think its far out. It can differ from surgery to surgery.
     
  3. BALOO J.

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    It would depend on if you are planning to put them in a cattery in the future as they require yearly boosters.
    Mine will not be going into a cattery, & has some health probs so the less I pump into him the better.
    Some say the boosters are money making for vet's & once they have had their jabs they should not need them again.
    Then you have to weigh up any adverse reactions to the jab's.
    Do a lil research on the net, have a good chat with your vet.
    But it's down to you in the end.
    Good luck ;)
     
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