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Pet Owners Share Reasons They Had To Bring Their Pets To The Vet, Here Are The Most Ridiculous Ones

If your pet has a health problem, you will rush to take him or her to the vet. For any pet owner, it is a completely normal reaction. However, in some cases, what we thought was a serious problem turned out to be something completely silly that you couldn’t stop laughing. As it turns out everything is fine, and your pets are still healthy.

One Twitter user Kristin Chirico started a hilarious thread about ridiculously funny emergency vet bills by sharing her own story. “Lmao we just paid 800 dollars to be told that our dog is 8 and a half,” she wrote.

Kristin’s Twitter thread went viral and had a ton of pet owners replied with their funny stories. They panicked and rushed to bring their pets to the vet, only to realize that there was nothing to worry about.

If you want to have a smile on your face and make your day brighter, scroll down to enjoy. Don’t forget to share this article with friends. If you have stories about your not-so-serious vet visits, feel free to share them with us in the comment below!

#1

Source: vanessa_young56

A person commented, “One of my cats acts so strange whenever I cough. She’ll make little chattering/chirping sounds and sometimes will even run out of the room. She only does it when I cough – she doesn’t make a sound when my husband coughs. Anyone else ever experience this?”

#2

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“The bit that is lost in this post says that the hamster had a fridge magnet in its cheek that caused him to get stuck to the metal cage. I will go and die of laughter now….”

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“Aw! Well it was his first cat ever. At least now he knows that she’s happy and the noise is nothing to worry about.”

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#7 “Happy tail syndrome” is the cutest name for a sore/sprained doggy tail.

Source: emilygmonster

#8 Snoop doggy dooooog!!

Source: alicesauras

#9 Factory reset

Source: awkwardsince86

#10 It’s not the cats fault if you overfeed.

Source: easykidmp3

#11 Who paid the $600 then? Do not keep us in suspense!

Source: McJesse

#12 Oh, wow. I wonder how the vets know these things. Seems oddly specific.

Source: PaladinAmber

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#14 Look at his wittle faaaaaaaace

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#15

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#16 Shoulda just waited for him to blow a bubble…

Source: observedbriefly

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