Overwhelmed by a recent vet visit and feel like you need more of an in depth discussion about your cat's illness and your vet but just hasn't got the time or cattitude?
Leading a busy life and don't have the time to trawl Google and paw over the often well-meaning but misguided advice on internet forums?
Just feel you would like to understand more about your cat's general health, a specific combination of diseases that have been diagnosed, the risks associated with certain treatment options?
...Then you may find my cat veterinary consultancy advice service helpful.
It can sometimes be difficult to get the level of support you need from the short consultation time slots provided by most busy vet clinics. Rather than becoming lost or confused by the vast amount of misinformation across the internet you can request a prearranged phone consultation with The Cat Vet and I'd be happy to help (subject to my availability).
Sometimes a longer discussion in down to earth language can really help provide the missing links in your knowledge, giving you and your family the clarity needed to make important decisions about your cat's health. Even if the general advice given confirms what you have already been told by your own vet, having a second opinion can give you the confidence that you are making the right decision with the information you have available.
You can rest assured that having worked as an experienced consultant for a veterinary diagnostics laboratory I have advised vets for many years on ways to diagnose, manage and monitor their feline patients. My wealth of experience working as a vet on the front line of cat-only practice ensures that I am purrfectly placed to help you and your cat through the difficult times too. My contacts and vast library of the latest textbooks, memberships and my own practical advice and support handouts offer all the tools and support you could need for enhancing the chances your cat will respond to treatment.
NB: This support service is definitely not a substitute for visiting a vet, it is designed more as an ancillary (additional support) service for your own peace of mind once a diagnosis has been made. As such, the fees charged may not be covered by your insurance policy. To be best placed to support you, I will need to contact your current vet for your cat's up-to-date medical history and I always recommend that your cat has been examined by a vet in the past month.
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Information on this website is designed for cats registered under my care. It should not replace the advice & treatment from your own vet. If you are at all concerned about the health of your cat you should contact them in the first instance.