Cornell Feline Health Center

Cat - Help now; Hope for the future

Cornell Feline Health Center's Patient Assistance Program

The Cornell Feline Health Center is proud to support our Patient Assistance Program, which is designed to help pet owners who may have difficulty paying their veterinary care bills at Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA). Applicants with demonstrated financial need can receive financial assistance to pay their bill at CUHA.

Here’s what one recent beneficiary of the Patient Assistance Program had to say:

“Thank you so much for your generous support of our cat, Zachary. We could write a book about him and his remarkable personality. May you be blessed this holiday season as you have kindly blessed us.” December, 2013.

If your cat is treated at CUHA and you need help paying your bill, call CUHA at (607) 253-3060 and ask for information about the Cornell Feline Health Center's Patient Assistance Program.

The Cornell Feline Health Center and the Patient Assistance Program are funded entirely by contributions from our donors, whose generous support helps to improve the lives of cats today and into the future. 

 

Zachary, a beneficiary of the Patient Assistance Program.

Zachary, a beneficiary of the Patient Assistance Program

If you need assistance paying for your veterinary bill at CUHA, call us to see if you qualify for financial support from the Cornell Feline Health Center's Patient Assistance Program.