My cat was loosing his hair and we thought he may have worms so we called every where to see how much this was all gonna cost and most vet clinics and hospitals said i would have to pay $130.00, just to be seen. We finally some how found these people immunization ( regular check up shots) is only $30.00!!!! and the visit fee was $25.00!! and they may even help with payment plans. The only draw back and esspecially for me is you need to pay in advanced with a credit card to comfirm you appointment which is the $25.00 and if you havnt gotn your cat his immuniztion shots in the past year you have to have them give it to the cat or they wont treat them. But how can you go wrong with that price??? I was so happy about the whole thing and they really did help. The front nurse staff was very nice but the vet was kind of in a rush and irritated so be nice and shut your mouth when he talks or he'll get antsey. Basically its worth the 35min drive and all the money you pay.
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From Business: Founded in 1907, the Catholic Charities Labour Center specializes in serving immigrant children. It provides a range of health, educational and social services to i…
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Over the years, I have been blessed by the gifts of this organization. We are avid animal lovers, the ARC has helped rescue many animals. Yesterday was an example of them at their best, when a kitten had crawled through an old bulkhead of our church, and got stuck for 3 days because of an ice storm. We weren't able to get the kitten out, but ARC responded within 15 minutes to rescue her, and though initially scared, she calmed down within 5 minutes of the worker catching her. Not an easy task as she escaped and started running through a rather large church. I have nothing but praise and thanksgiving for ARC. over the years they have always been there to help us animal lovers. ( we have 8 indoor cats, serious aninmal lovers)