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finley wrote:Vet care is MUCH cheaper here than in The West. You can get a male cat fixed for about NT$600, IIRC, so I imagine a rabbit is about the same. Vaccinations can be quite expensive, but since (I assume) he never goes anywhere he might catch anything, is there much point?
finley wrote:Costs a lot more to get the girls fixed. Their plumbing is a lot more complicated. So whatever's the good Doctor spends, divide by two and that'll be about right.
I'd be getting him fixinated simply to not see his little thingy sticking out every time I approach him.
What had happened was, when the kitten was spayed, the idiot doctor had fiddled with the kitten's intestines by accident/negligence.
In the States, or California at least, rabbits are sort of considered 'exotic' pets
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