Mr. Wilson Made it Home!

Mr. Wilson Made it Home!
Mr. Wilson

Saturday, July 5, 2014


What value do we put on a pet's life and well being during it? Is there a dollar amount that exceeds what we are willing to pay? If so, how much?

Truth be told, Victoria has always been our "weird" cat. She came from a rescue, unlike the rest of the gang who just kind of showed up, except for Lunabelle who we actually got from a breeder (dodges bricks while writing.) She's quirky, and acts as if she is half squirrell, half cat. Maybe her mother and father are sister and brother, we just don't know. We do know that something just ain't right. She lashes out withous a sceond's notice, her head spins completely around her neck, and every now and then she levitates.

But there's just something about her.

We took her to the vet this week because she's acting stranger than usual. An overactive thyroid gland is the diagnosis.

Vet visits and medication:  $3-4000 over the expected life, paid little bit at a time or...
Surgury: $5000 or...
Radiological iodine something: $2000.00 or...

Nah. She's eleven, probably live to be a hundred. What's a little loot when a nutty cat needs us!

1 comment:

  1. Exactly ! No price on life ! You are a good human ! <3