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This is the second time in a few months, and it's happened once to our other cat.his leg looks really injured, he is limping, and he is a bit spaced out.Vet's bill for this? £60! They are both really placid boys, were neutered as soon as they could have been, so I don't understand. Poor baby. I do feel like the vet's are a rip off though. Last time it was his tail, and that was about £50 - it's almost £30 just for walking through the door.
Vets have a right to earn a living too
Cats aare cats. They fight. One of ours was forever taking on foxes. Not a good idea. Vets do cost money. I used to put a bit asside in a savings account for our dog's bills. His favourite was running into things, usually whilst chasing a ball.
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