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Fairy Lucretia

Fairy Lucretia

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she is in pain when she eats
they didn't have an appointment until wednesday so i have to pay out of hours £140 for an appointment tomorrow morning
im not sure if insurance will cover it ,usually it costs £26 to be seen
im thinking she has a bad tooth or ulcer or absyss

sometimes she goes of hher food for a few days i just thought it was that
feel like such a bad mummy now
i hope she is ok and that the insurance will cover it x
 
Mayflower7

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Hi fairy Lu,
Does she suffer with hair balls? I hope the insurance covers for it.
I had to pay 200 pounds for Bentley out of hours when he had an infected wound.
He isn't insured.
Your not a bad mummy at all.
Hope Amy will be okay.
Sending hugs.
 
midnightphoenix

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I hope Amy feels better soon, Lu :hug:

Your a wonderful meowmy to her, theres a lot of people still who dump the pets as soon as they get sick or injured :sorry:
 
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My first furbaby Beauty we didnt insure she was too old no insurance would cover her and we had to pay out several hundred pounds to try help her get better from her kidneys and liver and other problems before it was decided to let her go, she had loads of tests and stuff done but they found a lump in her bladder at the end and decided they couldnt do anything and advised us about letting her go :sorry:

we wasnt impressed with one of the vets there, he didnt even look at her just at her records and was very dismissive sending her home without even so much as touching her or even looking over at her :sorry:
 
Fairy Lucretia

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please support me if you can im so stressed
so amy has dental problems
they are keeoing her in tonight with intrevenous drip and hopefully she can come home tomorrow
and have dental work done in a week when she is stronger
if she doesn't eat tonight she has to stay in another night and they will do dental work tuesday

so far without even tooth extraction it has come to £900!!
i couldn't believe it when i got the bill
the vet said insurance should cover that part but not tooth extraction which y aunt will pay for

am so scared insurance wont cover it
please support if you can i feel awful x
 
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I'm sorry Lu, glad she's on a drip hope it will help her.
I think vets charge to much, her if you want to talk.
It's good the vet thinks the insurance will cover it.
Wishing her a speedy recovery.
I used to miss mine so much when they were at the vets.
 
Fairy Lucretia

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so she has to have lots of teeth removed at a cost of£1200
the insurance most certainly wont cover it so we have registered her with pdsa but they aren't doing dental due to covid

will have to see what happens but they said she was eating at the vets but she isn't eating here so im not sure x
 
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Hope the Pdsa help Amy, any of her favourite foods tempting her?
We're here for you Lu.
 
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