Posts Tagged: Veterinary ethics
We really do understand that sometimes you wonder what motivates the people who care for your pets. Is it just a business? Do they really care as much as they appear to? What really goes on behind the scenes?
The truth is that although we wish we could help every animal regardless of the circumstances. Sometimes we can’t. It is frustrating for us too. So, instead, we try to work with rescue organizations, shelters and others. Of course, we do try to do our best by all our clients and to us…they often, really do become family.
But…sometimes, a case comes along where we can do something really special. That is what makes the story of the “Faceless Kitten” aka Jax, important to Animal Family.
Jax came in terribly injured but we didn’t have to put him to sleep. Doctor Rob donated his time and medical skills, the clinic donated the supplies, the technicians and assistants fostered and provided care while he recovered and Lacey welcomed him into her family.
Faris, one of our technicians, made the video that comprises our blog this week. It can be a little graphic because Jax had a severe injury but he healed perfectly so the ending is wonderful.
Are we blowing our own horn? Yeah…a little but mostly, we just wanted to share one of our happier stories with some of our favorite people.
Just click on the link below to see the story of the Faceless Kitten.