The cost of a kitten injection may vary depending on your vet and if you’re getting it done at your regular veterinarian. Most vets charge around $50 for the procedure, which is about average compared to other breeds of cat. If they do need anesthetic, the price will likely be higher because there are extra costs associated with anesthesia as well as extra care given during recovery time after the injection.
Can my pet have an aspirin or ibuprofen injection?
An aspirin or ibuprofen shot won’t hurt most cats but you should always consult with their veterinary before giving them any medications orally or via a needle so that they can make sure this is safe for your pet. Some cats will take these shots without a problem while others may not respond well to them and could become ill from taking too much medication at once. The types of pain relief injections will also vary depending on what type of relief you want from your cat – IV fluids used in humans usually contain morphine which is very strong and can cause side effects such as vomiting, diarrhea, tremors etc., but allergy injections generally don’t contain morphine and only contain local pain relievers like lidocaine – although many vets combine these two methods instead of offering one-off shots every month! It’s best to talk over all options available when it comes to finding a solution for chronic problems rather than trying out several alternatives until something works – doing this all by yourself could lead to unwanted complications down