Kitten Wellness PlansThese all inclusive plans are everything you need to give your kitten a great start!
Congratulations! You have a new kitten which is exciting, tiring, and can be a little scary! Don’t worry, we are here to help clarify and debunk all of the rumors, myths, and, well, nonsense that is so prevalent on the internet, with unsolicited advice, and cut through the marketing claims at the pet stores. We have lots of info and blog posts about what vaccines we recommend and when they should get them.
We have kitten packages which are inclusive of what every kitten needs to get them through their first year of life. It includes all of their exams at Coastal during their first year in case you are worried that they may have swallowed the entire feather toy thinking they caught a tasty little bird. We also have packages that include a neuter or spay if they haven’t already completed that rite of passage.
What is not included in these Wellness plans is pet insurance. We highly recommend purchasing pet insurance prior to your first appointment as many plans have a 14 day waiting period before any benefits kick in. Our recommended companies are: 1. PetPlan 2. Pumpkin and 3. ASPCA Complete Coverage. Read our blog post which discusses the pros and cons of each company.
A one time $50 administrative fee is applied at plan initiation. This fee is waived if the plan is paid in full at the time of signing up.
NB: Services performed prior to the day of activating a wellness plan cannot be retroactively applied.
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