by B Howarth
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This is a short story by a visitor about a bad vet or at least on this occasion he or she was bad, and oh, my, is this poor.
...cat taken to vet. I explained to the receptionist that my cat was coughing and that he had something stuck in his throat. I said, "please inform the vet, as my wife could not be left alone."
I left the cat to see the vet.
Three days later, after many treatments, I was told they could not find the problem.
I informed the vet I was coming to collect the cat. At this point a vet took the trouble to look in his throat. And can you believe, she found grass in his throat.
I collected him, and a bill for about £120. I said the vets were trained, but had very limited commonsense.
I changed vets.!!!!!
Hi... thanks for sharing. Anyone got a similar bad vets story? Note: there are many fine vets (I need to say that as we are not vet knocking, just telling how it is).
Mine is that my vet almost forced me to buy Hills c/d to feed my cat permanently on. This is now considered poor advice. He was getting commission from Hills!
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