I adopted a 2 month old kitten from my local city animal shelter. She was fine the first night then started sneezing, drainage from her eyes, not eating. They have a policy that within the first 14 days if the cat gets sick or anything they will treat it at no cost to me. I did take her back on Monday and they said that she has a upper respiratory infection. They gave me some medicine for her. (Clavamox) It hasn't worked. Taking her back to them this afternoon. She has now started sneezing blood. UGH. I've got an older cat "Sassy" She's never been sick. And has in the last few days started sneezing and showing some of the same signs as the kitten did when she first started getting sick. Will I have a leg to stand on if when I go to the shelter to have them look at Abby again Demand them to pay for the treatment of my other cat???Answer Question
I would expect to have the visit fully paid for by the animal shelter. And the medicine for both cats also. It's not unreasonable and thats what I would try to make happen.
Answer by Katrina3016 at 12:26 PM on Oct. 10, 2009
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