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Old 08.23.2017, 11:15 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by ilduclo
thanks for the laugh!

It's actually a little cheaper than taking her down the street to her usual vet, and a lot less traumatizing. We have 3 or 4 such specialists right here in Tiny Town for these purposes. This one is a nice young lady just a few years out of vet school. We've got 2 land grant colleges pretty close by here and they churn out a lot of vets.


Yeah, I didn't mean it maliciously. Glad you got a larf out of it.

One of the things I struggle with financially is always wanting to give my animals peak care, no matter what. My car has cat-asthma (catsthma?) and had a fit once a few years ago when I was still taking in pretty good buckage. I took him to a weekend clinic and spent a thousand bucks right then and there and all I got was an inconclusive exray and a prescription for a kitty inhaler and orders to follow up with my regular vet. I still think of it as money well spent, but yikes... ouch.

If I were a rich man, I'd take my animals to the best vet in the world every month.

Give your adorable sweet kitty a pat and a kissy kiss if she likes that kind of thing from her uncle Sev.
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