I have been going to the PDSA in Shamrock Street for about 3 years now. I have a male neutered cat who suffers from feline lower bowel disease - which has been fully expalined by the vets to me. Prior to taking him to the PDSA I took hime to a private vet who precribed a wet diet for him which was very expensive (from memory about £7 for 12 sachets) and "some capsules to aid his digestion". He became very ill and they took him in and catherised him and kept him at their premises for two days. I was given a bill of £370. However about a week later he started with the same symptoms and as I am on benefits and can no longer work(I have multiple sclerosis)) I was at my wits ends to how to afford more treatment for him. Someone suggested the PDSA to me and I cannot thank them enough for all their help. I give what I can whenever I have to visit them and only wish that I could give more.
What a wonderful organisation..
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