Veterinary Payment Options | Aurora Cat Hospital & Hotel | Aurora CO
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Our Payment Options

Aurora Cat Hospital & Hotel offers a variety of veterinary payment options to pay for your veterinary bill. Payment is required when veterinary services are provided.

Veterinary Payment Option 1: Cash, Debit, or Credit Card

We accept debit cards, credit cards (Visa & MasterCard), and cash.

Veterinary Payment Option 2: CareCredit Veterinary Care Payment Plans

When your cat experiences an unexpected illness or injury, it results in expenses you did not expect. For these circumstances, we can help you make payment plan arrangements through the CareCredit program. This veterinary payment options takes about five minutes to fill out the application. If you pay off the balance within six months, you avoid finance charges. (You also are welcome to take longer to pay off the veterinary bill, but after 6 months, finance charges will accrue.)

You can either apply at our hospital (we’ll call in your application over the phone for immediate approval) or you can apply directly online at:

CareCredit Program Highlights:

Low Monthly Payments (3% of the total veterinary bill must be paid each month)

First 6 months are interest-free

Determine approval quickly

No annual fee is charged

Veterinary Payment Option 3: Pet Insurance

Pet health insurance is another popular veterinary payment option. We strongly recommend that every family have pet health insurance for at least the first 2 years of your pet’s life with you. After two years, you will have a good sense of whether your cat is accident-prone, has medical conditions that require expensive treatments, has dental problems, eats foreign materials or gets into the garbage.

Pet insurance is a veterinary payment option that literally can make the difference between life and death, if expensive treatments are required for illness or injury.

 

After the two years have passed, some pet parents opt not to continue their insurance. However, we recommend that cat parents maintain pet health for the life of their pet.

To learn more, please visit the
following pet insurance websites:

Need cat vet services from a team that focuses on cat care?
Call 720-638-4482, or Email Aurora Cat Hospital & Hotel