Of the past 365 days, I have spent about one-third of them frequenting hospitals, not as a patient with a chronic illness but because my father, mother, and pets have needed medical treatment.
As a matter of fact, my 14-year-old pooche who is battling metastatic bladder cancer, heart disease, impaired kidney function as well as a flea and tick invasion now has to have a saline drip at the Suvarnachard Animal Hospital in Saphan Sung, every day.
At the vet, you can see how owners care so much about their pets, and I find that heart-warming. In contrast, I often feel downcast when visiting public hospitals for people patients.
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