Dr. Kit & Jan Flowers - Christian Veterinary Mission

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Who We Are

Dr. Flowers is a Colorado native who grew up on a horse and cattle ranch in the Rocky Mountains near Buena Vista (one of the most beautiful places on earth!)  He graduated from Colorado State University with an undergraduate degree in Microbiology and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.  He also holds a Master’s Degree in Not for Profit Leadership from Seattle University.

Our Work

Kit and his wife Jan began their ministry with CVM as fieldworkers in Kenya, East Africa from 1985 – 1990.  In 1990, Kit began working in the CVM home office.  For two years, he was also the World Concern Latin America Interim Director.  Since 1994, Kit has served as the executive director of CVM. He acts as the direct contact to the CVM Board of Advisors and CVM donors. He has led the ministry in the direction of service through educational programs and response to the veterinary needs in developing countries. Together with his wife Jan, Kit serves CVM’s board, state reps, fieldworkers and staff faithfully.

Financial Accountability

Christian Veterinary Mission is committed to wise stewardship of your gifts. Christian Veterinary Mission is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). All gifts to Christian Veterinary Mission are tax-deductible.

To donate by phone call (206) 546-7574.


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V.E.T. Net Gift of Love

V.E.T. Net Mongolia has been serving the people of Mongolia for almost 25 years.  Gift of Love is a project that they developed and implemented to address a couple different needs that have been observed.  First, it seeks to support those in poverty, but more specifically those such as the disabled, widowed, or orphaned.  A needy family is identified through communication involving friends of V.E.T. Net in the community, a local veterinarian, and local government leaders.  Once identified, the person/family in need is provided with sheep, which can then be used as a source of food or to start a small flock.  The second need addressed involves these same sheep.  Every year, many animals in Mongolia die of preventable diseases such as parasitism.  Herders, however, often do not have enough cash to buy the needed medications to prevent the disease.  Gift of Love allows these herders to use their sheep to pay for medications, which will make the rest of their flock healthier.  The sheep used for the transaction is the sheep that is given to the family in need.  The veterinarian who provided the medication will be reimbursed with medications at wholesale costs that total the retail value of the medications provided.  So one gift allows you help multiple people: the needy person who receives a sheep, the herder who can now get needed medications for his/her animal, and the veterinarian who makes the sale.


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