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3 months ago
05/16/2020, 13:23 PM
The staff, as soon as you walk in or now arrive in your car and call them, are the kindest and friendlist you could ever want to ge around. They treat your cat as if it was there very own. Millie loves to go there but doesnt like the ride. Dr Lobb is one of the best in my opinion. With our last cat, FuzzButt, yeah I know but her name complimented her, was very ill. Dr. Lobb explained everything to us and gave us the choice to treat or not. She let us know we would not be treated differently if we decided not to treat our big little girl and she would completely understand if we chose not too continue her life. But, we could let her go and told Dr. Lobb to do what every she could to treat FB no matter the cost. Dr. Lobb gave us another year and a half with FB. When she had exhausted every medical treatment known in the Feline Medical health Field, Dr. Lobb kindly said we had to let her go. We agreed and decided we did all we could to save her. FuzzButt went peascefully in a heavenly spleep in our arms and we knew she would no longer be miserable.
From that day forward, we knew Dr. Lobb and the Cat Doctor Clinic and staff would always be a part of our family. True to our word, we now have a new Ragdoll Kitty and Dr. Lobb was the one we consulted. The entire staff fell in love with our Millie and again treat her and love her as if she were theirs.
Millie just had her little sugery and was Spayed and microchipped on Tuesday this week. Millie did well. She did give Dr.Lobb a little extra work because Millie who has a great appetite had a little extra fat in her abdomen and it took a wee bit longer to find her parts, As per her way, Dr. Lobb gently let us know to lay off overfeeding her. Millie is now home with us and you would never know she just had surgery. She is running and wrestling with our little dog Dolly.
Millie has learned to jump 3-4 feet on to the kitchen counters since she has been home, looking for that extra cat food, on the wise advice from Dr. Lobb, told us not to give her.