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This is so interesting, as a while back, a government report in the UK said exactly the same thing, and that basically, vets were cashing in on the annual vacination of animals. We had our cat va
This is so interesting, as a while back a government report in the UK said exactly the same thing. They believed vets were cashing in on the annual vaccination of animals. We had our cat vaccinated and she seemed fine, but later that evening she got quite ill, wouldn't eat, could hardly move, so she spent the night at the vets. I suggested she might have had a reaction to the shots, but they wouldn't have it, so rare it couldn't be possible. Turned out that was what was wrong, and her overnight stay cost £60.
Now each year i get the reminder for her jabs, but I am so reluctant as she was really poorly, so I decided not to get her them. Suppose only having the vets word you want to do the best for your animals, but the veterinary business is very lucrative, and I sometimes think they dole out meds when there's no need.