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Of course, I started preparing myself first before the kittens. I did this to try and prepare all the items I need like money.
So I made a great decision today to bring all my cash with me. It was not a lot of money, it was only about P1,000. It was a combination of the money I lent to my sisters before plus the money I got from some crochet orders.
I also checked that I have data connection to access my GCash Wallet if I need some extra money. Little did I know that this is going to be important later.
Anyway, to prepare the kittens, I had them eat their breakfast first. I want them to be full so that when the vet gets their weights, they will be a considerable increase from before.
I also did this since in the last vet visits, the kittens ate breakfast before we went to the vet.
After that, I lightly cleanse them using a pet wet wipes. I did this since I was unable to bathe them because they had their anti-rabies vaccine last vet visit.
Then after that, I put the kittens in their carrier. I am using the large one since they already outgrew the small one. I feel like I actually need to buy another carrier of this size since they are growing up so fast. The only problem with that would be how the heck I would carry two bags at the same time.
When we got to the vet clinic, there were already cuties there in line. They were also there for vaccination. I think the vet mentioned they were getting a 5-in-1 vaccine.
The kittens are there for their first shot of 4-in-1 vaccine. Don't ask me what it is for though, because I don't know.
All I know was that I went to the vet clinic sure that the cash I have on hand (P1000) would probably be more than what I needed. I was even thinking about when I should schedule my therapy because I finally managed to save enough for another session.
But then the vey delivered a news that shattered my daydream. He said that each shot would cost P800.
I felt the urge to just get the kittens and just turn back since they already had their anti-rabies vaccine but I know that the kittens would benefit from getting complete vaccinations.
So I just asked if the vet accepts GCash payment. Good thing that he did since I have limited cash on hand. I was almost tempted to ask if the clinic offers a PWD discount for PWD pet owners.
Thankfully, I did not need to do that. The vet offered a P50 discount for each kitten. So instead of P1600, I only needed to ay P1500.
Although to be honest I felt a bit lightheaded when the kittens were being weighed. The price for this vet visit really shocked me and went beyond my expectations. I thought the last vet visit would be the worse (I paid P900 for both kittens for a deworm and anti-rabies vaccine).
The things we do for our pets. I know that some pet owners do not bring their pets to the vet but I prpmised myself that if I become a pet owner, I will be a responsible one. And part of that responsibility is making sure their vaccinations and deworms are up to date. So even if it hurts my pockets, I will continue to bring them to expensive trips like this vet visit.
I have lost count how many times BCH has saved me. I just feel so thankful that I stumbled upon this site to introduce me to this wonderful opportunity.
Anyway, I am tempted to say I am broke but I still have BCH so it would not be a full truth. Maybe the right thing to say is that I am cashless? Or fiatless? Whatever it is called it is still me not having money to spend.
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