Your vet sounds like a keeper.  Not charging when I bet you would be willing to 
pay for the improvements you have seen in Ben.  Prayers for continuted success. 

---- Natasha Hinsbeeck <> wrote: 
> Hi guys!
> Thank you for all the positive replies - I hope to find out as much as I can 
> and will let you know as soon as I have the information. It's my vet's 
> Zapper, I have no idea where he bought it, but I'm seeing him again tomorrow 
> and I will definitely ask him. As far as the amounts of treatments Ben gets - 
> my vet started him off on a treatment every day for a week, because Ben was 
> really sick when my vet came up with this, it was really our last hope. Ben 
> was so anemic, he just lied on the ground all day, we couldnt get him to eat 
> or do anything. After his first treatment, when we came home, he polished off 
> a whole bowl of food, and then ran off to go and play in our garden; he was 
> really pooped out afterwards, but it was the most activity we've seen from 
> him in many days. It's pretty much like that after every treatment, where he 
> has a lot more energy and eats well. The vet now has us coming in every two 
> days for treatment, and so far all is still well. The
>  aim is to taper the treatments off to a point where he only needs to go for 
> 2 treatments a week. I missed one of his treatments this weekend, he was 
> supposed to go on Saturday, and we could only take him in on Sunday, and it 
> really didnt look like it made any difference that he missed a day. Ben just 
> carried on like any other 6 month old kitten. I would also like to mention 
> that my vet doesnt charge us anything for these treatments. He says it 
> doesn't take anything from him in terms of expertise or equipment, its really 
> just needing a wall socket to plug the machine in to, and we do the treatment 
> ourselves while he carries on with his other patients.
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