I heard several good things about my vet before I went there. He specializes in small and exotic animals, which is why I picked him. Before I had cats, I had guinea pigs. And now, in addition to the cats, I have a bearded dragon. He's also very good with my cats though. He's aware not everyone can fork over large amounts of cash for the vet bill, so he tries to give us a cheaper alternative to something else. He's also the only place I will take my cats to to be spayed or neutered. I took a former cat of mine, Maynard, to somewhere else, and I seriously don't think he took "everything." 'Cause a few months later..Maynard was spraying everywhere. Actually spraying. So, I had to give him up. So from then on, to Spindell's office they went. This vet office also has atleast two vets. I know of two, perhaps they've added more lately. Although, the only one I see is Spindell. The other isn't nice, and she does more expensive things. Typically, she'll pick the most expensive, and do that.
Which, I have a question, if a cat had been tested as negative and vaccinated for feline leukemia..is it possible for him to get it even after the vaccine?