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Stupid question about PDSA

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Smeaton Thu 20-Apr-17 11:54:48

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Ginorchoc Thu 20-Apr-17 11:59:02

Cost £45 each with my local vet for my cats, no way is it that much!

Smeaton Thu 20-Apr-17 12:18:01

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Fluffycloudland77 Thu 20-Apr-17 13:31:34

Our vets charge £50.90. I never asked how much is the vip option though.

The problem with lying like this is that people aren't as stupid as they think they are.

I'd go with the local vets and save yourself a car journey.

Hidingtonothing Thu 20-Apr-17 13:44:09

You just give what you can afford OP, PDSA receptionists can be a bit OTT with the 'fundraising' but I guess part of their job is to get as much as they can so the charity can keep going. You won't be shortchanging them if you give whatever you can manage and I wouldn't take any notice of the £150 comment.

fuzzywuzzy Thu 20-Apr-17 13:55:37

Ours was around £30 I think really cheap.

Smeaton Thu 20-Apr-17 13:59:36

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Trustyourself2 Thu 20-Apr-17 23:30:25

I'd ask them why they're quoting £150, when vets are quoting at least £90 less. I wouldn't be impressed with PDSA quoting that price. I've never paid that much for this procedure.

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