Our expert says:
Sorrt to hear about all this. Losing a cat, as I know only too well from experience, is a genuine bereavement. They do seem at times to pick up nasty viruses. One of ours survived a couple of weeks near death when we nursed him through it, only to disappear, some months later, and we never did find out what happened to him, whether killed or stolen. ANyone who hasn't had such a companion can't appreciate what a sad loss this is. And as Rick says, they are utterly honest. My latest cat has been discovering that she's rather fond of me even when I'm not actually feeding her or providing other services ; but otherwise never pretends or fakes how she feels or responds.
It's a pity there isn't an effective ombudsman to revue lousy decisions of medical aids, especally when, as in this case, they apparently either made the primary mistake themselves or failed to inform you properly. The council has too many blurred roles to do this function properly.
Try not to let these misfortunes grind you down into another depression. Right now its tearful and gloomy, but sad for a reason / bereaved, rather than depressed.
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