My cat's first appointment at the vet...how much do I bring?

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Hi, um my cat is having his first vaccinations and whatnot next week at the vet, I was just wondering how much money do I bring to the vet as an approximate as I forgot to ask them.
(Only have cash currently so I can't just bring a card)
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Hi, um my cat is having his first vaccinations and whatnot next week at the vet, I was just wondering how much money do I bring to the vet as an approximate as I forgot to ask them.
(Only have cash currently so I can't just bring a card)
Why not look on their website or contact and ask?
Alternatively if theres a cash machine near, then you can nip to that whilst they are examining?
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Why not look on their website or contact and ask?
Alternatively if theres a cash machine near, then you can nip to that whilst they are examining?
Their website is currently down so can't access it. Also, I wouldn't want to leave my cat alone while he is being examined but thanks for the suggestions ill just bring how much I think is suitable.
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Their website is currently down so can't access it. Also, I wouldn't want to leave my cat alone while he is being examined but thanks for the suggestions ill just bring how much I think is suitable.
If its not till next week, then why is it so difficult to contact and ask beforehand?

Take £125 with you.

https://www.nimblefins.co.uk/average...t-vaccinations
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For me it's around £30 for vaccinations. My surgery generally don't charge a consulatation fee for vaccinations. So unless your little baby is needing some worming/flea treatment it shouldn't go higher than £50
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normally vaccinations are around £30 - £40, maybe bring £50 just to be on the safe side and you should be good
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If its not till next week, then why is it so difficult to contact and ask beforehand?

Take £125 with you.

https://www.nimblefins.co.uk/average...t-vaccinations
I thought it would be easier asking people with cats...
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For me it's around £30 for vaccinations. My surgery generally don't charge a consulatation fee for vaccinations. So unless your little baby is needing some worming/flea treatment it shouldn't go higher than £50
Perfect!Thank you for the helpful reply.
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normally vaccinations are around £30 - £40, maybe bring £50 just to be on the safe side and you should be good
That's helpful! Thank you.
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