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Blood transfusions can save the lives of poisoned cats — 2 Comments

  1. It seems odd that no one was willing to test the bacon, yet she received several transfusions.

    You think the clinic was dishonest, because you didn’t actually see her dead? Why would a clinic want a breeding female? This is a foreign thought to me.

  2. I am very happy for all the animals and care givers who benefit from these transfusions. Sadly, that was not the case for us.

    Many years ago, our dog at the time was given poisoned raw bacon. No one was willing to test the bacon to see what kind of poison. Our vet at the time gave her several blood transfusions and vitamin K pills. Sadly, nothing helped and we lost her.

    After reading this, I can’t help but wonder if maybe she recovered and the clinic was dishonest and wanted a breeding female English Shepherd? She was barely over a year old and had not yet been fixed. I know that has happened to others.

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