cat lethargic and had difficulty breathing.
My cat was very lethargic. We took him to a vet that put a pack under his skin so that he would not dehydrate. We took the cat back home. Two days later we returned to the vet due to the cat was still not eating or drinking, still lethargic. The vet
would not treat the cat further due to the bill from the previous bill was not satisfied and they informed me that they only gave
an allotment of $200.00 to customers that could not pay their bills at the time of service. The first bill incurred has
financial arrangements to be paid on said date. But because that bill was not yet paid, they refused further treatment. My cat
got steadily worse in his condition. The last visit to the vet
was on Tuesday. On Thursday morning we took him to another vet.
He arrived at this vet's office breathing very fast, showing no
signs of life at all. Because we could not pay for the services to have them to run tests and evaluations, they told us that we could sign our cat over to them. We left the cat there with them
as he was showing no signs of life at all except for his
labored breathing. My question to you is, can a cat come back
from this state to have a good quality of life?
Answer by Kate
Firstly let me say that you did the right thing in trying to get your cat treatment even though you were unable to pay for it. That was the kindest thing to do.
As for your question, I cannot answer that. I am not a vet and have no idea what the problem is. All I know is that if it could be cured then I'm sure the vet would do there best.
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