3300 Falls Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211
I use the spca regularly for my city ferals spay/neuter. I have also surrendered many cats/kittens that would have perished on the streets. These babies were all adopted out . Two were adopted as soon as they were put out to be seen. Nobody wants to lose any of them. I try to focus on the ones that me, the SPCA, and other caretakers do save.
On 9/23/07 we brought Skylar in to be neutered.Dropped him off at 7 a.m and suppose to pick him back up at 4.Around noon i recieve a phone call asking what organization i belonged to , so they would know how to bill me .. l asked then, is Skylar alright .Was told , everything went great ..Then 15 mintues later , i get another phone call , Sorry , Skylar has pasted away..My husband & i went completely numb..What did they do to our baby boy ?He was only a kitten , so full of life .. Just had him at our vets few weeks earlier.He was a healthy little guy .. Now he's gone .All we recieved was im sorry , i understand things happen ..But , im sorry just does'nt cut it .He was'nt just a cat , Skylar was a huge part of our family , sweet little baby boy is what he was.. We are left to just guess what happened to him in those short 15 mintues..Too much anesthesia given?One thing for sure , He was NOT being monitored.When we dropped him off was only two women and about 20 cats ..How could he have been?My only hopes is , you never make another family hurt the way you have mine.. R.I.P. Skylar . you're so missed baby boy.. The Miller's