“He loves to sit on my lap!”
Last month, the vet suggested Buttercup might be diabetic. I brought Buttercup in for follow-up testing that proved that Buttercup was NOT diabetic, he simply became so stressed during vet visits that it threw his glucose off the charts.
This month, the vet wanted to test him for liver issues due to elevated levels in previous standard tests.
This week, tests showed there is nothing wrong with Buttercup’s liver.
I have now spent approximately $3,828,995 to find out that BUTTERCUP IS PERFECTLY HEALTHY. Not that I resent follow-up tests. I would do anything for my Butterboo. In fact, I’m absolutely positive that the vet has this noted in Buttercup’s file. “Client is easily persuaded to do anything for her cat. The cat appears to hold a high emotional sway over the Client. Remember to suggest any and all obscure tests and treatments to the Client. Consider asking Client for her credit card. Don’t return the card. Inform the Client her cat’s health depends on my travelling to Acapulco with her credit card.”