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
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?
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.