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A Clinic Sprayed My Cat Without Telling Me That She Was Pregnant! Help?
I Am Very Upset About This And I Do Not Know What To Do. I Wanna Make Sure That Nobody Receives The Same Treatment As My Cat. It Is Very Inhumane To Do Such A Thing. I Simply Wanted To Get My Cat Sprayed Because She Was In Heat Too Often, But I Would Never Do It If I Knew That She Was Pregnant. The Clinic Promised Me That They Will Treat My Cat Gently And Let Me Know If There Is Anything I Should Know. They Told Me That She Was Pregnant After Spraying Her , Killing The Kittens Without My Permission.
I Am Very Upset With The Service, What Should I Do???
Thanks In Advance.
No one cares if you were going to "keep her kittens". And, cats do not "run away" unless you are completely irresponsible. After all, they don't let themselves out. If you can't care for one cat properly you would never have been able to care for an additional 4-8 kittens. You, the OWNER didn't even know she was pregnant. The clinic did you a HUGE solid by fixing your pregnant cat, whether you are mature enough to realize it or not. "What should you do?" Write a thank you note to the clinic and bake them some cookies.
Can Anyone Tell Me Where There Is A Low Cost Veterinay Care Clinic In And Around The Whittier, Ca Area?
My Cat Is Ill And I Need To Take Him To The Vet To Checked Out, I Just Had A Baby So Im On Dissability Right Know. So Funds Are A Little Short Right Know, Can Anyone Please Provide Me With A Name Of A Clinic In The Are Of Whittier And Surrounding Cities, (La Mirada, Santa Fe Springs, Downey,Montebello,Pico Rivera...
You may want to call several clinics in your area and inquire about their prices. Also check with any shelters and see if they can recommend a good low cost clinic. Some of them will have a vet on their staff that will help you.
Are There Any Downs To Neutering A Cat?
Neutering your cat is an excellent thing to do. However, you asked for possible down-sides, so I'll give you the list -- It's short!
1) Your cat may be more prone to obesity, especially if it's an older cat when it's neutered.
2) Your cat may have a bit less energy after it has been neutered. This is typically considered good, because it means it's less likely to run out in the street or something and get hurt!
3) There's a very, VERY slight chance of a problem with the operation, or infection afterward. Just be sure to keep him/her inside as long as the vet recommends.
Neutered Male Cats ????
Do Neutered Male Cats Grow Bigger Than Those Who Aren'T??
I have two neutered Oriental Shorthair cats. You can see them peacefully sleeping in my avatar.
They both are perfect weight, and grew to the correct size for the breed. The white cat weighs about 10 lbs and the lilac point weighs 9 lbs. They are in excellent condition with tight long bodies.
There is an old wives's tale that says that neutered cats get fat. All cats can get fat. Obesity is caused by too much food and lack of exercise for the amount of calories they are consuming. This being said, neutered males do have a propensity to develop belly fat, and can have a little "hanging" tummy, even with optimum feeding and exercise. But this is not what causes them to be heavier.. it is the distribution of the "fat" on their bodies. This does not always happen, however.
You can read an excellent article about neutering a male cat, and what happens and what does not by visiting:
So keep your cats fed the right way.. the average 10lb. cat needs between 6-7 ounces of moist food a day for optimum weight, and, of course exercise. Play with your cat several times a day. If your cat is larger, you may need to adjust the amount of food slightly, but the only things that contribute to "porky" neuters is what they are fed and how much they play.
Hope this helps,
Owned by cats for over 40 years
Member: Cat Writer's Association
Pet (Vet) Insurance For Dogs?
I'Ve Recently Talked To Someone To Got Pet Insurance For Their Cats And Now I Want To Get It For My Dog But Truthfully I Don'T Know That Much About It.
More Or Less I Was Wondering If Your Pets Are Insured What Kind Of Dog Do You Have And How Much Does It Cost A Month? Also Does The Price Vary From Size? What Are The Benefits Of Getting A Pet Insurance? And Is It Worth It?
Pet insurance is good for unexpected accidents and illnesses. They can get expensive quickly, so it's nice to have insurance to cover the costs. Pet insurance does not cover pre-existing conditions, so if your pet is already sick or injured, it is unlikely that pet insurance will cover the costs to treat it.
For other costs like regular exams and vaccines, it's best to self-budget since these costs are expected. Some pet insurance companies offer coverage, but it is typically not cost-effective. (Imagine paying an extra $200 per year on your premiums for $200 worth of routine coverage...)
A few good questions to ask when researching pet insurance are:
1. Does the policy cover everything? Hereditary and congenital issues?
2. What are the payout limits? Will it be enough money for my worst case scenario?
3. How much does it cover for each condition?
4. What are the pricing and deductible options?
5. Is it an ongoing policy? If my pet has an illness during my first policy year, will it be covered the next policy year?
Be sure to do thorough research - Some plans don't pay based on your actual bill, but have lists of predetermined dollar amounts that they will pay for each condition which can be shockingly low in many cases. I would recommend getting an actual insurance plan that covers based on your bill so that you are never faced with a difficult and expensive situation when you *thought* you were covered.
We cover 90% of the actual bill for diagnostic testing, treatments, surgeries and medications including emergency and specialist visits. Trupanion is also the only provider to offer a $0 deductible option.
Feel free to give customer service a call and get a no-obligation quote to ask all the necessary questions and find out what's best for you.
Wrong Diagnosis For My Pet Is Vet Responsible?
My Chihuaha Is 1.6Lbs, And 3 Months Old. She Starting Getting Sick With Diarrea And Not Eating. I Took Her Immediately To The Vet And They Ran Parvo Test, Stool Test, And Glucose Test. Came Back And Said All Negative Except Her Blood Sugar Is Low, It Was 30'S When She Should Be In 90'S To 120'S. They Have Her Some Dextrose Said She Would Be Fine, She Rebounded Well, And Sent Her Home With Some Bland Food. I Asked If She Needed To Be Put On Iv Or Anything Else She Said No She Did Great And Was Back To Normal And We Left. 2 Hours Later She Started Having Seizures And I Had To Rush Her To A 24 Hour Vet. They Said She Never Rebounded Her Sugars Were Now In The 20'S And Had To Be Put On Immediate Iv, Had To Stay 2 Days In Hospital, And They Found Parasites In Her Stool. I Tried To Call The Other Vet Back And Tell Them They Were Wrong, And I Wanted A Refund. They Said That At Different Times You Can See Different Parasites And She Probably Did Not Have Them Earlier That Day. Anyway Long Story Short I Think They Should Refund My Money Their Whole Diagnosis Of Her Was Incorrect, And They Won't. What Should I Do?
The vet was obviously right about the low blood sugar but she was negligent in not monitoring it after the dextrose was administered. Low blood sugar is major in any animal and humans the vet should have kept her for a couple of hours or at least checked in on the dog. Sorry this happened to your puppy. The only thing that you can do is voice your concerns to the office and vet if they will listen. Go in and ask to talk to the vet and show them the bill for the dog from the other vet. If you were to try and sue you would end up paying more for the lawyers then you would get in return. Just show the vet that you are unhappy and maybe she will understand.