Good Monring KBF,
I have been viewing this site for a while but decided to sign up to share my absolutely bizarre and absurd story.
My wife left me last year after I was laid-off due to the PLANdemic. With her she took the house and the kids but fortunately I was able to keep my cat, Chester, who although he is the family cat I have had him since before I met my ex-wife.
To say the least, Chester has been a great deal of comfort over the past few months. He was sick in the house a few times over the past months so since he was so kind to me over the past year I decided to take him to the vets for a check-up.
Before going to the vets, I had to produce a negative test result for Covid, although I think it's a waste of time and a load of crap, I went through with it for Chester. When I arrived at the vet, I was told to put a mask on (despite them being proven to do NOTHING) and told to take a seat. I wasi left waiting for 4 HOURS. SURELY if Covid is so terrible I would have been seen right away to ensure I had less chance of catching it?
When the vet finally did arrive, he told me that he had been called out to a farm to take a look at the animals and decided to stay for lunch (Not practicing what you preach there, hmmm?).
Finally, he took Chester to have a check-up, I wasn't allowed in because of COVID and had to wait out in the waiting room for him to return!
After he came back with Chester he informed me that there was an experimental vaccine for cats that could prevent them catching COVID. He said that since Chester was 8 and more at risk of cat covid, he was the perfect applicant for this new trial! OF course, I laughed in his face, how ridiculuos cat covid!!
Anyway Chester passed away 2 weeks ago, I believe that he was secretly administered the vaccine without my consent and that's what did it because other than his bowel cancer, he was a completely healthy cat!
I'm curious if anyone has experienced anything similar?
I was sad to read that your Chester is no longer with you, at least physically.
It sounds as though you've had a rough time since this Great Reset excuse kicked off.
I wish you well.
haroldseesall - So sad to hear about your Chester. 😓 Mine have been the only source of comfort to me during this whole pandemic, except for some of the lovely people on this forum. Yes the 'animals can pass on Covid' saga is rearing its ugly head in the newspapers again. It crops up every so often when they have nothing better to write about. Most people will dismiss this nonsense, but some dimwits might take this to heart and dump their pet, or even worse. I can't believe your vet asked for a negative test. That's new one on me! However they won't let you go into the surgery part with your pet anymore which I think is disgraceful! You can't get to see what they are doing for a start. Our thoughts are with you, and do think about getting another kitty. I'm sure Chester would approve! 🐾 😺 ❤️
Harold - As a cat lover I am so sorry to hear Chester is no longer with you, You will certainly miss him. I have had 3 cats and much to the vets annoyance would never have my cat vaccinated always being threatened that they would all die from some lurgy, one lived 23 (human) years, one 16 (human) years and I have a 2 year old. What chaos and what next! you couldn't make it up and I query why the vet being such a berk is even in the job, except we now know that there is big money in vaccines, oh yes! Welcome to the website, stay with us and oh! take a trip down to the cat sanctuary, someone needs a loving home. Take care.
You had to provide a negative test result before going to the vet?