I love my cat “Audrey”- she is sleek, loving, beautiful, healthy, an expert moth catcher and an absolute bargain from the local Animal Welfare League.
Previously when my wife has taken our cats to the vet, one older vet will always manipulate their neck. We have come to realise he manipulates the neck of every cat (and probably every animal) who is taken to that clinic). We don’t dare let him near Audrey’s little neck and we have warned him off and always seek another vet in the clinic.
I think this treatment offering is nonsense and potentially dangerous and I think we have to stand up for animal rights. Plus if this is evidence based veterinary care, I am starting to worry about the validity of other procedures carried out on my cat. Is this just an isolated case?
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