Kitten at heart, not a Top Cat
- Oct 24, 2021
Hi Chirpy Squirrel! Missin those tree pile cats! What’s shakin?
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Well, I hadn't really thought about that yet and to be honest I'm not sure what's involved in acquiring pet insurance. I'm assuming it would require a visit to the vet. I know vet bills can add up quickly. When Chirpy got sick, I spent thousands of dollars trying to figure out what was wrong. Multiple different vets and many, many procedures, medicines, tests, etc. and honestly none of it seemed to really help him. In fact, it is my belief that they caused him more harm that they did good. Not intentionally of course, but that whole experience left me lacking confidence in vets and some aspects of veterinary care. It's similar to health care for people in my opinion and experience. Doctors are pretty good and preventative care and treating acute and specific problems but when it comes to diagnosing and treating chronic illnesses, autoimmune and other more indeterminant diseases, they are much less effective. Surely, some doctors and vets are better than others.I can’t recall if you said, but do you have pet insurance? That’s a lot of vet bills! can’t wait for photos, and thanks for the update!