Friday, June 01, 2007

Reimbursement increase

We're increasing the reimbursement subsidy today for sterilisations. From today, for each cat sterilised, we're reimburse $15. For each four cat sterilised, we'll reimburse the fifth cat to a maximum of $50 (for female cats).

Do bear in mind that while we try as best as we can to reimburse every single claim, we may not always be able to do so. It really depends on our financial health at the moment when the claim comes in.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

This applies to members or non-members?

1/6/07 4:38 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Everyone. Actually just to make it clear - members don't really get any special privileges (except getting the newsletter sent to them). We're here to help any caregivers who need help. If they are able to join, that's wonderful, but if they would rather spend the money on the cats, that's absolutely great too. As long as the money helps caregivers to help cats, that's what counts.

1/6/07 4:44 PM  
Anonymous thanks said...

There are people who could easily afford to pay for sterilisations should refrain from seeking reimbursements.

Only the really poor who wish to sterilise beyond their means are encouraged. This is my view as I have avoided making claims amounting several hundreds. My way of helping.

1/6/07 5:05 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Thank you thanks - but I do know there are quite a few caregivers who find the extra money a help anyway. There are others like you who have generously not claimed :)

1/6/07 5:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Thanks" - you are absolutely, absolutely right. For the people who are sterilising beyond their budget, a $15 reimbursement would make each sterilisation more affordable in view of rising cost.

1/6/07 5:13 PM  
Anonymous belle said...

do any of the vets help to neuter for free ? some of the time, not all the time ofcos ...

theres also the SPCA voucher but we have to ballot for them ?

1/6/07 6:11 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

belle - no they don't though they have been very supportive in giving subsidised rates.

1/6/07 6:18 PM  

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