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  thrifting  |  18

If kept indoors cats can easily live into their twenties, unless they have renal or urinary problems that sometimes come with old age. By that time though they're pretty scraggly. Teeth falling out.. Old ass cat syndrome lol

  JazNim17  |  18

They don't have to be kept indoors to live a long life. I have a cat who is 17 and she's lived outside her entire life. She's every bit as healthy as my three month old kitten. Some cats are just built to last.

  chinaski7628  |  32

Death and illness can cause some animals, including people, to lose their bowels. It doesn't happen every time, but if I had an elderly pet with sudden bowel problems, I'd assume it was time.

  alliewillie  |  22

I'm sure they didn't charge $325 just to tell her it had anxiety. If they were scared it was dying and presented a "a really sick cat" according to the owner, they likely did an exam, bloodwork, possible x-rays to look for tumors or obstructions...

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

I feel like its so mean that vets charge so much. It's like they know they have us by the balls so they jack up their prices. The sad thing is many pets don't get the care they need because the owners don't have the money for the vet bills. I think if vets truly care about animals as they obviously do and should, they should figure out a way to lower prices or allow care for people that don't have the money to pay for it. And before people say they can't afford to lower prices, then how come a vet in a rural area is so much cheaper than one in a populated town or city? I feel bad that the animals have to suffer because the owners don't have the money, ya know? Just life I know, but still sad.