Veterinary Cost Assistance
Working with a network of over 35 veterinary clinics, Concern for Animals offers vouchers to help struggling owners pay for non-routine and emergency medical costs for their pets.
To receive a voucher, owners must call and confirm they qualify. To qualify for a CFA Medical Voucher, an owner must:
Reside in Thurston, Mason, or Lewis County and
Receive State/Federal Benefits or
be a Senior, Full-Time Student, or Military E4 or Below
Be scheduled for care from one of our veterinary partners
The pet receiving care must be spay/neutered if over 6 months of age or
be spay/neutered concurrent with medical care (exceptions may be made for advanced senior pets)
CALL NOW TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY
What does non-routine or emergency care mean?
Medical vouchers from CFA cannot be used for routine care like wellness check-ups. If your pet is acting strange, refusing food, has an open wound, has ingested a foreign object, is vomiting, or has fluid leaking from their eyes, ears, or mouth, is having trouble urinating, or any other symptom that is not normal, it is non-routine.
Can CFA's vouchers cover the cost of aids or prescriptions?
At this time, CFA does not have the grant funding to help with the cost of aids or prescriptions. Check our Local Animal Organizations page and our Fundraise Your Vet Bill page to connect with other welfare orgs that may be able to help and get advice on securing funds.
Which local veterinary clinics accept CFA's vouchers?
CFA is proud to work with a network of over 35 veterinary clinics in our local community. You can see a full list of clinics we work with on the Our Veterinary Partners page.