There isn’t anything in the world that a good owner wouldn’t do for his beloved pet. So when a health emergency comes up, some of us panic and rush to the vet, which is a completely normal reaction. However, in some cases, what we thought was a major problem turned out to be something completely silly. Scroll down to put a smile on your face, and don’t forget to share your own story in the comments!
This Twitter thread was started by Kristin Chirico and quickly went viral with thousands of retweets and replies. One thing that it showed us is that, fortunately, not all health emergencies are as bad as they seem. There’s also a subtle hint there that vets have the patience of saints and the sense of humor of stand-up comedians.
9 thoughts on “Pet Owners Share The Most Ridiculous Reasons They Had To Visit The Vet”
Some of these are funny and understandable. Some people have no business having animals…
The most important moral here is that in the US you have to choose between health services and shopping for food. Can’t have both. And it doesn’t matter if you have a cat, a dog or a child.
That’s what happens when people treat animals like humans.
Thank you, Anonymous for your important moral, said no one ever. No one comes here to read sermons from prats, so spare us your stupidity. It’s like there’s no escape from moronic, know-it-alls like you. You’re the type of person everyone avoids having to talk to no matter where you are. Your bad breath and smelly feet aren’t helping matters. Please just shut up.
Daughter’s a vet tech. The number of “I didn’t know cats/dogs had nipples” stories astounds.
Cats and dogs should take their humans to the therapist.
My childhood dachshund stopped eating and stopped pooping. Took her to the vet who x-rayed her and discovered a mass in her tummy. Exploratory surgery, after which the vet calls and tells my mom “I don’t know how to tell you this, but Tinkerbell seems to have eaten the elastic out of women’s underwear.” Best.dog.ever.
Sick on anon prats) SAME BRO
Pets are drama queens