Pet Speak: Sunday Night Emergency Requires Surgery and Hospital Stay

“One night, I noticed my beloved little Norwegian Forest Cat, Paul, was cowering and in pain.  It was a Sunday night so we found a veterinarian in the next town who would see him immediately. He discovered Paul had a kidney stone and was in serious trouble although we had brought him to the veterinarian in time.  Paul needed surgery as well as a hospital stay.  Thank heavens we had ASPCA Pet Health Insurance because our plan paid most of the bill.  Paul is home and we are all happy!”

— Joanie C., Broadview Heights, OH

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