Compassionate veterinarian she is,
Heidi Sheahan; Dr. Heidi Sheahan that is, has my total gratitude and thanks.
I have a
handicapped kitty-- who I raised from day 14 of his life and is, most certainly the apple(fish) of my eye:Simon.
He became very ill, not eating and huddling
in corners. I took him to his doctor for boarding which became a combination of hospital and boarding at Rosedale Veterinary Hospital Inc.
expecting the worst, I explained what was going on and that I was very afraid he was going to die. Dr. Sheahan promptly replied, "not on my watch." She was true to her
Sheahan examined him and immediately started treating him with medications and food for critically ill felines.
This was four
weeks ago and with looking after by the Doctor and myself, and of course Simon's will to live; he is back to his "old self" and looking very handsome.
I would not take my
four legged family to any other veterinarian. Dr. Sheahan has my undying gratitude--since "dying is not allowed on her watch."
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You says Lyndell
Purrrrrrr, Purrrrrr, Purrrrrr says Simon