The cat in your life is a very special creature indeed. Unlike the popular mantra that says the dog is a man’s best friend, you and your cat have always been the best of mates, and since day one, you have also maintained a very special bond. Perhaps this has happened, perhaps, fortunately, it has not, but one of the most traumatic events in any cat and his lover’s life is falling ill. It matters not why this happens.
Because of course, there are many reasons that could see a young cat suddenly fall ill. If your cat has endured his nine lives already, chances are very good that more trips to the vet need to be made. Ongoing treatment is costly enough as it is already. Worse to come having to leave your poor cat overnight for surgical treatment and remedial care. Procedures do not always work nor are they guaranteed when attended to by a general practitioner.
And then there is the matter of the dogs. Just when the poor cat thought it could get away from all the barking, there it is again. Overnight at the vet’s. But not at the specialist clinic. After the cat anesthesia is administered prior to surgery, a blissful night’s rest beckons. By the time your favorite feline furry friend wakes up again, he is safely restored, recovering, in his favorite warm basket, blankets and all.
Take your special cat to a specialist practitioner and pamper him with a number of other specialist veterinary treatments tailored just for the sensitive feline. Cats have sensitive teeth too and that can be looked at as well. Perhaps the young kitten is particularly hyper. With a little counseling work, that can be addressed as well.