My last appt on May 19th, for my then 7 mo. old Himalayan kitten Pari and me was outstanding! I had brought Pari in because she will still having diarrhea and I wanted to pick Dr. Miller's brain about getting her off the Metrodinazole she had been on for months.. He recommended her continuing the Metamusil which Dr. Hilchuck had prescribed a few weeks earlier when I dropped by to pick up some Royal Canin wet food for Pari. He also put her back on Probiotics, However after a few days of barely touching both of them together, I discontinued the Probiotics which she wouldn't eat then discontinued her Metamusil (which she also wouldn't touch with either of the Royal Canin flavors, then the Royal Canin and put her back on Wellness Chicken Pate for kittens which she began eating very well, because my other cat, Mani, was eating it with her and she had stopped eating the Royal Canin because he wouldn't touch that.
Long story short: after being on Metrodinazole for months, Pari has been able to have a regular diet except for the HF dry food Dr. Miller prescribed. She no longer has her diarrhea or even soft stools! and is getting ready for her spaying when she will be nine months on June 26th. Despite the breeder's telling me how many of her petowners have lost their kittens during spaying and neutering, I feel calm and confident about Pari's being spayed by Dr. Miller, as she will have a full set of labs the morning of the surgery, will have heart, blood pressure, electrocardiogram, oxygen and carbon dioxide monitoring throughout her surgery and until she is thoroughly awake. Dr. Miller and Dr. Hilchuck are beyond incredible veterinarians, surgeons and clinicians and I strongly and without any hesitation recommend them to any and all petowners who deeply care about their furry family members' health and veterinary care. Furthermore, Dr. Miller has successfully spayed two other Himmie's of mine (both deceased, not from the surgery, this was a long time ago and spayed and neutered two Persian kittens of mine -- a few years apart, also many years ago) and neutered my current Himmie male, Mani who is now six. I am sure had he been the veterinarian of all these Himmie kitttens of the breeder Karistakats from whom I got Pari, who died during spaying and neutering, that they would all have survived the spaying and neutering!!