By Tiber46 - / Sunday 26 May 2013 08:33 / United States - Long Beach
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  skitzoklown  |  19

I don't know if it would be the same over there but where I'm from they have it all on file and sometimes forget to update the status of the animal.... Sorry for your loss op

  bybib  |  20

@13 I think 9 was referring to the kittens date of birth rather then date of death. Hence why the card was mistakenly sent out. But yea unless you speak to the vet for what ever reason they can't be expected to know when a pet passes.

Least that's how I read it.

  Myo_fml  |  20

Those messages are automated so they didn't even know it was sent. The vets sent us letters telling us that our dead golden needed her shots. Though the vets office IS to blame for her death. They removed tumors but left a clearly visible one on, told us she was going to be fine, never corrected their mistake and let the cancer spread, and she died a painful death. She bled out.

  ShyAnn29  |  14

31 are you sure it's the vets fault? Maybe the tumor that was left was so small they didn't see it, or in a place they couldn't remove it......obviously I don't know the situation, but maybe it actually wasn't their fault.

Sorry for your loss, that's always hard!

  Myo_fml  |  20

It was right beside the one they removed and large. We thought at first it was swelling from the surgery but if it was THAT big with their trained veterinarian eye, they should have known.

  SMHsohard  |  22

Would have been less heartbreaking had she actually notified the vet after the cat died. Unless you have a cat with a medical problem, they usually don't go to the vet much after they have their baby shots.