A Google User
5 Stars - On Monday afternoon, my cat's eye started watering giant globs of mucus. We are not panicky pet parents, so I gave it a day, thinking he might just have something in it, or might be coming down with a cold. By Wednesday, when it wasn't getting better, I knew I'd have to take him to the doctor. Our favorite doctor left our regular clinic a year ago, and we haven't had good experiences with the others, so I started asking around for suggestions. A client of mine recommended Acacia, and when I looked them up online, there were so many wonderful reviews, I definitely felt it was worth a try.
Now I know what everyone was raving about. When I called on Wednesday morning, Dr. Radasch himself answered the phone, which really surprised me. I explained the situation, and he asked if I could bring the cat in tomorrow. I asked if there was any way he could see him today, as I was quite worried about the eye. Dr. Radasch explained that the clinic was actually CLOSED today, because they were having some work done, but if I called back in an hour, he would know if it was safe to bring the kitty by. I did so, and he said I could bring him right over. I was amazed. I took Boo in, and the doctor had us examined, treated, and packed up in about 15 minutes, with thorough instructions of what to look for if things weren't getting better. He didn't seem at all irritated or put out about seeing us "off hours."
In short, I couldn't be happier or more grateful, and all three of my boys will now be patients there.